Overcoming side bias in turns...
A little background: in my early days of riding I had an incident where I came in (what I thought was) too hot into a right hand turn, panicked, locked it up, stood the bike up and went well into the other lane before regaining composure and re-initiating the turn.
about a year and a half later, a different bike, and a LOT of miles later, I had a similar incident except it was at a greater speed and I almost wound up in a ditch before I re-initiated the turn.
Since then I've never really felt comfortable at speeds in right hand turns. You could tell by the wear on my tires and my pace: I have a buddy w/ a 750 that I could run with pretty evenly (with my old 636) if the road had mostly left handers but if we turned around and went back he'd pull away pretty steadily the further into the curves we got.
SO... this summer i'm going to try and do a track day at VIR and since the courses are run clock wise, the majority of the turns are right handers. I'm wondering what can I do to try and overcome my bias (or apprehension)?