Hi all, 2 part post:- 1) I have very limited track day experience (count them on one hand), but on my last one I was told by a rider I hold in very high esteem that a tip to get quicker *safely* is to do your gears for each corner the same as the quick blokes, and then as you get quicker the revs naturally come up and your times go down - and you don't have to worry about changing the way you ride the track. You won't have maximum pull if you're riding a gear out from low, but it's not the idea to gain the time from the corner exits, but rather slowly getting entry speed up as you get comfortable, and then exit speeds will follow. At least that's the theory. This worked great for me - but in general, good strategy or bad? 2) Now I face my next track day, I can't quite recall what those corners/gears were! I think it was: T1: Down 2 to 4th, tip in, gas T2 (Southern Loop?): Down to 3rd, then 4th before T3 T4 (Honda?): Down 2 to 2nd, then 3rd before and through T5 T6 (Siberia?): Down to 2nd, 3rd after the corner, before T7 T8 (Hayshed?): Click 4th then tip in and on the gas T9 (Lukey Heights?): Down to 3rd T10 (MG?): Down to 2nd T11: Short shift to 3rd, then 4th after the corner T12: Short shift to 5th for the corner, tip in then on the gas .......into 6th down the straight..... Does that sound about right...? If it matters, I'll be on a gixxer 750, and last time I was there I was on one of the school bikes (gixxer 600's). Any help appreciated! cheers....!