Someone was at the track and happened to snap a couple good pics. The situation: there's actually a guy in front of me as you can tell by the roost I'm eating. He is one of the fastest guys on the track and I know he likes that inside rut line. Knowing he was going to take that line as he blew by me down the straight stretch, I decided wanted to pass the guy who was on the outside coming down the straight stretch going into the turn but going slower than me. That guy was lined for the outside rut. That meant I was needing to slide into the rut in front of him. So the first picture is showing me as I've finished all the hard braking, I'm just going from standing to sitting while putting the leg out, I'm fine turning the entry speed a little with the front brake, I'm off the throttle using coasting speed dropping into the rut. Second picture shows bike is nicely in the rut at the apex, me rolling on the throttle (this is good I always feel I'm late starting to roll on the throttle), dragging the front brake a tad helps me keep the front wheel down in the rut. What I think could be better is that my left elbow could be up a bit higher and my left knee is looking a little loose. I would have loved to see additional shots surrounding that sequence. That rut and the inner one converge on the exit of that turn and all was good.