when cornering at the track, i tend to hang my body off a fair distance to the inside. (enough to feel exaggerated) in an effort to keep the bike more upright. but more and more, i am beginning to feel this is too exaggerated, and a more natural technique should be used, tighter into the body of the bike, with more of this hanging-off business on corner exit when getting onto the gas. the movement over the seat would be the same, but body remaining closer to the bike, much like the gp riders who basically never get their knee down, because they are in tight to the bike. i believe this mass movement over the seat is more important (and head movement) , and hanging off is not so important. from this tighter position you should also have better leverage over the front end. (although i never try to get my knee down, and rather bring my body in tighter to the bike) this way would suit my riding style more efficiently. of course the only way is to try it, so i have to wait until march for a track day! any experienced riders out there to advise???