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Old December 10th, 2020, 11:39 AM   #247
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MOTM - Mar '13, Jun '14
Originally Posted by DannoXYZ View Post
I actually think you're doing fine and making great progress! Might be stressing yourself by trying to chop off too much time too quickly. Work on consistency for a while, get all your laps within 1-sec of each other. You'll find it'll give you great comfort and stability. Then it'll be easier to pick up 0.1s at a time.
This is a great quote. Maybe you are not ready to go faster. You have to feel competent (comfortable) with your speed to be relaxed and confident. Riding around freaked out is helping you learn. Experience comes with time at the track. Spend more time at a pace you are comfortable with. Then when you can do laps that seem routine work on the corners you want to attack harder. Make sure you are riding the correct line, no matter what speed you are doing, then work on improving your braking and exit speed.

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If everything seems under control; you're just not going fast enough!
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