iam a track day newb (5x trackdays) & have 2x specific questions regarding track day riding.... i have learnt to set up my body position when braking for a corner. taking advise from sources like Twist of Wrist, i should not be putting my weight on the bars when braking. now that works great, i can flick the bike in alot quicker & with more control and stability....basically if my weight is not on my groin it must be not be on my arms, so i make sure under heavy braking a feel that. This is fine on the street, because 1. i dont brake that hard into the entry 2. i usually dont bother hanging my whole body on the street but on the track i have found my self braking so hard (entry into hairpins) that my torso is going right over the tank....i know your supposed to brace your self with your knee when you set up, but man its hard. feels like your gonna go right over & then you start to put your weight back on the bars upsetting the bike... can anyone give me any advise / tips on this? Now the 2nd question: the other tip i picked up is applying some front end trail braking. Basically when unloading the front end you do it progressivly, opposite to e-braking when entering a corner. I found that this works great help tip in the bike quicker & keeps the bike stable, but should you be doing it deep into the lean? the motogp guys seem to do it very deep into the entry & then some of them then keep one finger on the lever mid turn? are they still trail braking? can anyone explain this?