Wow, what an immense resource for me to get all this input from you guys!!
Trying to "be fast" and actually being fast are two different things. One is a lot of wasted energy moving aggressive on the bike and the other looks like the rider is hardly working at all.
Thank you for pointing this out, I do agree that my ego got ahead of myself during this 5th session, for whatever reason. I see the difference when I watch advanced rider's videos on this same track, every turn and movements are fluid, and that all chained together saves the most time Iím understanding.
You're not on the brakes at all going into the corner, and likely crashed because of two main things: Over muscling input to the bars on an unloaded tire.
I watched it again in slow frame and I do believe I put a sudden jerk into the bars right when a lost it. It goes along with being rushed because I was pushing harder needlessly rather than focusing on smoother approach and more controlled movements.
Also, Otto Man, your breakdown is right on point, the strategic aspect of what I am doing out there has not come into play much for me. I also realize Iím not looking down the track enough. I think it goes along with needing to first having the right mind set and getting more confident and comfortable with smooth operation, as Neonmarine was saying.
So Iím gonna get new tires now, also EBC double H pads (will post what I find about the existing pads condition). Next track day is this Sunday at PBIR a track that I have been on twice already. Iím thinking, and also have been told by others, that I should do Intermediate there. That way Iím not held up by slower riders and I can learn better lines. Iím gonna keep my ego in check and focus on more control and being smoother, and looking further down and incorporating some more strategy as I get more comfortable.
If I post more videos, will you guys please review and give me more feedback?