I've read just about every article and watched every video I could find on proper body position, but still have a couple of questions. This is what I got so far. Set up lower body well before turn in by sliding your butt back in the seat so theres about a fist width between your crotch and the tank. Half butt cheek off the seat. On the ball of inside foot with toes pointed out at about a 45 degree angle, heal pressed in against bike. Inside knee pointed out, forming "triangle of daylight". Outside foot either on the ball or more in the middle of your foot, your preference. Outside knee locked hard into the tank. Then at the turn in, drop your inside elbow, head, and upper body to the inside of the turn and parallel to the bike, looking through the turn to the exit. Inside hand holding grip like a screwdriver. Outside arm loosely draped across the tank. After turn, keep butt off seat if there are consecutive turns in the same direction. Butt should be off the seat to the left or right at all times, never in the middle, unless your on a very long straightaway. All that to ask, do I have any of this wrong? When dropping my inside elbow, should I be pointing it more down, or more out? How low should my head be? As a brand new track rider, should I be practicing body position first? And when practicing, would you suggest I practice all these steps at once, or one at a time, until I get comfortable with it, and then build on that? I'm sorry for so many questions, and such a long post. Since finding this forum, you guys have helped me with so many things, and I just want to thank you all for that!