Good attitude about concentrating on yourself for sure.
Mind you - you might be amused to know that a talented driver in a Corsa could embarress a lot of other obviously better cars - no really!
Best to ignore the temptation to think of other cars as easy fodder because of what they look like, you don't know who is driving them or what might be under the bonnet.
Jwyatt from here once told me about the time (at Donnington I think) where he turned up at a track day in a bog standard Passat estate and some guys getting out of a silly horsepower Audi RS6 laughed disparagingly at his humble steed.
These guys each took it in turn to drive at various points in the day. At which point James, who had previously won races on this circuit, took quiet satisfaction lapping each of them in turn in his passat
At Another trackday in Mondello, a little Peuget 106 GTi was lapping insanely fast destroying everything in its sessions due to the way it wa carrying speed through the tricky corners.
At one point I saw a friend of mine get out of the passenger side of the little pug and I asked her what was the story..
She said that her friend Eoin had decided to do his first track day and apparently he was really rather quite good
Anyway it was Eoin Murray who had just won his BTCC place by winning the Alfa Euro challenge cup a few months earlier, but had never done a track day before - all just racing.
I have read some advice on how to drive the track, but intend to have a fun day, times and speeds are not that important.
As long as I don't get shown up by a corsa or somthing...