Wish i was closer so I could come out and watch. I've done somewhere around 1000 laps of the short course and another 100 or so on the full course.
Very little elevation change, 3 hard braking zones and one pretty long straight following a fast right sweeper. The long straight has a kink in it that can unbalance the car if hit wrong. Most seem to lift just slightly so the car's more neutral. It's a not very techinical, and should be easy to learn after a few laps. It also seems to flow well with only a few slow corners.
There are some very good laps on YouTube so you can probably get a good feel from there. That usually works for me on flat tracks.
There are a bunch of other members on here who have been to CMP a lot and can offer some additional advice.
Oh and don't stay at the Executive Inn, it's a dump. Go over to Camden or stay at the track.
'11 MCB E90 M3 & a 64 Chevy PU