2003 Honda CBR 600RR
+1, i have it as well, author is Nick Ienatsch just in case you want to find & buy it, written quite well & very easy to understand unless you're a total idiot LOL (joke). read the book several times before i did my first trackday (on my CBR, i had some prior racing experience but it's all me though, no instructors).Nor Cal REDD SLEDD said:If you want a GREAT read try " Sport Riding Techniques " it not only gives great info on how ride on the track but gives you some good street lesson's also.
Twist of the Wrist II by Keith Code is also a good read, a bit on the techy side, it teaches you the finer points of steering, throttle etc. etc. but also a must have if you're serious on improving yourself.
btw here's a couple of my trackday videos, i hope this convinces you it's the best & quickest way to learn & hone your skills so you can be a better street rider, most of all i had the time of my life, you'll cherish every minute of it.