Yeh, all i really did was try to follow the faster riders no matter if they’d dust me on the next turn or not. pretty soon you start hanging with them for more turns and then you start getting fast. Also, going to schools really helped out. the one one ones help out and you get shown things you never thought you could do with the bike on the track. Video’ing your trackdays really helps. I watch the full session vids a lot. You start seeing where you’re losing time, which corners you’re weak on, and you can then go in on the next tday and have a game plan on how to go about working on those corners. When you’re out there, don’t try to do a bunch of corners at once. Practice trying to get a couple of down first. When i practice, i pick corners that are opposite of each other. For instance on a session I might try to work on t2 and t7, etc. Also, when you’re at the track, if your tdp has instructors there for traffic control, don’t be afraid to ask them for a tow for a few laps and help. Same with faster riders. Most people i know at the track are more than happy to oblige and talk with you on improving your riding. That’s what really makes going to the track awesome.