hubbard_28 Posted January 31, 2009 Report Share Posted January 31, 2009 I went on vacation last week, and had time to sit and read something not medicine or disaster plan related. Twist of the Wrist. I'm not done with it (I WAS on vacation), but as soon as I cracked the book I was hit with the knowledge that I don't even pay attention to what I should be when I'm cornering. I spent the better part of my first year learning BP. I focus on that still when I'm getting ready to corner, or am actually in the corner. It takes up a lot of my attention, and I know I need to fix it. I've guestimated that when I'm cornering I put a good $4-5 on how I'm leaning and where my butt is. I'm thinking that is too much. Other things going through my mind are: who's behind me, exiting the corner, where my RP's are, MAN that guys fast, etc. My question is: how does everyone invest their $10 on cornering (on the track)? Is anyone at the point were BP takes up $1 or less of their attention? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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