You do have to be more aggressive going into a turn ( I can stuff it much better going right to left) and I do have times were I come on to early and the bike is lifting the front tire as the rear tire is still sliding. Most of the time I just hold it and it turns out OK, but, there are times I get scared and back off. I am much more reserved going left to right. I slip the clutch on as I get to the top of the lip of what others double or triple spinning the rear tire (hope you are not the guy to my left) sliding it a little to the left, keeping from launching. It is hard on this body, having to hit so much more instead of air time but, much easier on the mind. I do skip the top of the whoops and if I get sucked in it really sucks to get on top again. I usually wheelie three or so to get back on top. I think it's been at least two years now that I have done a MX track and I am just down the street from Elsinore and Star West right now at work. The kids are pushing to go again but, I am tired of getting hurt. I do much better on the CR250R but, then I am in the air more and sooner or latter I am picking myself up and thinking what am I doing here?