Quitting is for Quitters!
Motohead said:tell your husband he needs to get his body off the side of the bike in the turns. The problem is you run out of tire and traction if you don't. Getting his body off the side of the bike he will be able to keep the bike more upright and thus have more traction. Heres a turn 1 shot from Jennings. My fastest laps are near the 1:27 range.
BTW, i got invited to go to that track day, but had too much to do. How many riders showed up. Thought about trying to make it but I figured it was going to be too packed. Went to a frre track day once there and guys ego's were bigger than their skills and spent every session trying to avoid riders who should have been in the beginner session braking half way down the front straight.
Motohead said:You look good, and please don't take what I wrote as criticism. Just one rider giving another some friendly advice. You are right, stay near the comfort level and just work on different things every track day. Hopefully I can get my arse to one soon... going nuts.
Ok, am already there...