Once the lead-and-follow session is over, you're on your own the next time out. Relax, have fun, and don't try to set a track record. Instead, concentrate on being smooth and consistent. Driving on a racetrack is a lot more physically and mentally demanding than you think. This was Dave Rivera's first time on a track with his newly purchased '94 Viper. He was a little wary of his car's reputation for being prone to sudden oversteer but had no problems (and a lot of fun) through the first two sessions of the day until a melted power steering fitting ended his day.