Originally Posted by klammer
I think a big factor, at least for me, that nobody really talks about is FUN. All anyone talks about is becoming a better driver, well I'm in it for the fun, and if I just happen to become a better driver, great!
Yes, you should be having fun while at the track but you also should be learning. The more you learn about car control, etc, the more fun you'll have at the track (this is a general statement, not directed at you). Over the years I've witnessed so many incidents at the track that could (should!) have been avoided but the driver's reactions/inputs were all wrong when things started to go "bad" and they only made things worse!
Yes, keep the shiny side up