First and foremost let me say this is not a complaint. It's more of a question and an apology. I have completed a grand total of 5 track days since I started back in October of 2014. First one at Lightning, 2nd and 3rd at Barber last year, and 4th and 5th at PittRace last weekend. I have begun to notice a trend with the amount of feedback I'm getting. It has become less with each track day. Now I'm not saying that it is a bad thing but is that normally what happens? I generally don't ask for too much attention from the CRs because I figure if they see something I can improve on they will bring it to my attention. Am I correct in my thinking? I know they are very busy especially in novice group and I know that they don't mind at all to help if I was to ask. I have asked specific questions and got excellent answers in the past. Now that being said I feel I owe one of the CRs an apology. I'm not sure which one because I didn't catch their name. He told me I should try to brake later, to which I replied "I would but I'm trying to create space before the curve if I'm behind a slower rider." Thinking back on it now he was trying to help and I shut him down, for that I'm sorry and that was rude of me. Later that day I was speaking to another CR, Jack I think, and telling them about my frustration I was having with the larger displacement bikes and how I couldn't get past them because they were slow in the corners but faster once they opened the throttle on the straights. He told me to beat them on the brakes when entering a curve. Meaning brake later because he knew I could do it safely. Which is what the other CR tried to tell me earlier that day. Long story short I had a great time. Just thinking back on things.