You're welcome. The other point about track only machines is safety....yours and the others on the track. Track prepping eliminates headlights/tail lights/ turn signals, etc that can leave glass/plastic on the track surface. You also run water in your cooling system, no anti-freeze....again...safety. Race body work has a belly pan that catches any fluid leaks, hopfully...safety. Track only bike, safety wired. If you have a nice street bike, and want to keep it that way, you don't have to risk wadding it up in the track. If you wad your track bike, no biggie....you showed up prepared to throw everything you brought with you into the dumpster. The first thing you should learn after taking the leap to experience a race track is that the street is the street and the track is the track. They are VERY different environments. The only thing they have in common is both have asphalt. After even the 2 track days you've had, you should understand that that is the place to explore your limits, learn and refine technique, and the street is a place where you ride like a good citizen. The point of riding in the street is just to enjoy a nice day on 2 wheels where you can have a greater experience than in a car because the environment is not blocked out like it is within a car. Many of us don't get out 50 days a year, either. Many of us maybe only afford 4 days a year...but those 4 days are the best 4 days of the year.