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Old 03-18-2008, 07:31 PM   #41
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One of the biggest points about cornering is looking through the turn and turning your shoulders in to the turn. This alone can make a huuuuuge difference in your cornering ability! also pull that shoulder into the turn. Work on looking and shoulder your knee will follow.

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Old 03-19-2008, 10:14 AM   #42
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Please advise me what this corner working is and what are its requirements... It pays you say, so i can pay for my own track day that way? Even if i'm a complete noob? (only one way to get started i guess, and thats being new to it!)

I'd be interested!
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Old 03-19-2008, 02:39 PM   #43
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Please advise me what this corner working is and what are its requirements... It pays you say, so i can pay for my own track day that way? Even if i'm a complete noob? (only one way to get started i guess, and thats being new to it!)

I'd be interested!
Not speaking for anyone but LSTD, but we allow you to trade your time for track time. Even as a "complete noob", you can work a full day and earn a full credit toward another day.

LSTD offers "noob" groups at every event except race weekends at Oak Hill, Texas World, and the Mercedes Benz Sugar Land Road Course (in Angleton). So you can attend any one of our other dates for a "noob" day with your credit! Rent your gear from www.trackleather.com and you're set!

You can find the schedule here: http://www.lstd.com/html/2008schedule.html

And our corner working guidelines here:
http://www.lstd.com/assets/LSTD_Corn...Guidelines.pdf

And email tom@lstd.com if you want to get in to the gig.

Check with the other providers for their own rules.
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