You should watch the vid. The most efficient street riding posture is significantly different than racing style on a GP type bike.
Absolutely. But the average Versys riser isn’t going to go from track noob to motoGP body positioning in one day, but as the video explained, the principle is the same. It is a real good video. The best track day org for a noob is one that caters to regular street riders, not a “racer training” school.
The track day org that I ride with teaches novice group body position in 3 steps:
Phase 1: move head to the inside of the turn, attempt to “kiss the mirror”. After a session or two getting comfortable doing this, move to
Phase 2: rock your hips to weight the inside “sit bone”. They explain that phase 1 and 2 are great techniques for street riding, especially for cruisers with limited ground clearance.
Phase 3: shifting your butt in the seat, point inside knee out, chest/forearm across the tank, etc.
This org usually does 1-2 non-sportbike track days per year, for cruiser and sport-touring riders. I attended the first one with my dad on his cruiser. It was awesome seeing guys that have been riding for 30/40/50+ years learning how to ride again. If anyone in the northeast US wants a recommendation for a noob-friendly track day org feel free to PM me