A corner can be simplified into three sections: Entry, middle, and exit. On entry we are generally slowing with deceleration or deceleration plus braking as we add lean angle and tighten our radius. In the middle of the corner we are transitioning from slowing to neutral or maintenance throttle, which holds our speed, lean angle, and radius. On exit we are accelerating as we reduce lean angle and open our radius. How long each of these sections last is dependent upon our speed, the corner’s radius, our line, asphalt conditions, and debris.