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Just got them last night. Just wish he'd have gotten more the next session, as I really started to push hard after lunch.

My times started @ 2:17's in the first session, ended the day in the 1:44's. Was real happy with that.
 

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Nice pics, and way to keep shaving those seconds off your lap times. :dblthumb
 

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Very nice man!
 

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Nice pics man. Looks like you're having a blast!
 

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You look great! Keep up the good work!!
 

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AWESOME!!!! Another track newbie??? It's such an awesome feeling, isn't it? I can't wait to start working on times too.
You look great!
So, was the school worth the extra money? I was going to do it but couldn't justify the double cost of a regular track day w/instruction.
 

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The exercises we worked on were very basic when you think about it, but they lay a great foundation. And they're the things you can revisit just about anytime to refresh yourself.

As for the cost, it was quite a bit more expensive. But I'd do it again. There was a rider-coach for each 3-4 students, so the extra attention was great. And besides, I've worked a buttload of overtime this year and dicided to treat myself.

I could find this very addicting. A friend's son wants to do a Learning Curves day sometime this summer, maybe I'll have to go along for support (heh heh heh).
 
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