Smooth is fast. The more you do it,the easyer it becomes. Speed comes with time.The smoother you are the faster you'll be. Getting your suspention set right,and a mix of proper blend braking,and line choice will help alot.IMHO Lee Parks told me at a riders seminar,the bike steers better when the wheels are spinning.What he meant was picking the line in and out of turns and being smooth and steady sheding and picking up speed,with the least amount of chassi disruption is more important then how fast the speedo says. Blah,blah,blah,,,glad you liked the track,keep it going.