Broke my left wrist and the bike barrel rolled a couple times once it hit the grass.
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Okay, how's the wrist?
Please feel free to critique anything about my body position, line, braking or anything that you see that I could improve on.
You asked... Others will chime in but just some observations...
"Need to keep my upper body down more against the tank and drop that inside elbow and shoulder."
Rather than "drop" the inside elbow and shoulder, push them into the turn.
"This is an advanced group but these other guys are going pretty slow and they throw me off my line."
Slow down a touch, keep comparing their line to yours, see what you can learn and pick the best places to pass, based on what you see.
"Just always working to improve anything about my riding."
"After I got off the track I realized that there is really no need to be passing anyone on that part of the track during a track day event. Just stupid on my part."
Good observation, good attitude.
You block the view of your hands and upcoming turns with that camera angle but, rather than bounce across the seat from one side to the other, try to pivot around the tank and slide more. It will upset the suspension less.
Also, you get your butt off the seat plenty but try to lead with your face first and the bike will follow.