Live Fast Die FUN
Im not real experienced my self, but I do A LOT of conversing at the track with coaches and riders and I honestly never heard any one have that problem....which now comes off as odd to me because it seams legit, lol.I appreciate the comment. Its a lot to take in, and it was good to for the control riders, who are actually experienced GOOD riders, give me advice and follow their lines and have them follow my lines, and tell me how to improve. (I have had a lot of trouble finding people to ride with on the street, let alone ones I can get advice from) And honestly after the first two sessions, I thought it was nice to ride, but wasnt quite worth the money. Before the third session, I asked the control riders to push me, and they told me to follow their lines. What a world of difference it was. Helped a lot, but I still have a ton to learn at the track.
The single hardest thing I had trouble with, was trying to forget the left side of the asphalt is NOT oncomming traffic any more. That seriously hurt my lines.
You were with NESBA right? You should def try a day with TPM if at all possible. Youll be amazed at how helpful their coaches can be for the beginners. Not knocking NESBA I only did one day with them.