John, I'd suggest you skip the track day, and practice more on the street at legal speeds. Reason I say this is because if you go on the track, you are almost certainly going to crash from excessive speed, damaging your bike, and maybe yourself...
Practice hard braking, countersteering (swerving), and developing smooth shifting ability. SLOWLY practice leaning your bike over more & more, preferably by finding a long, safe corner and going through it repeatedly, speeding up little by little. This should all only be done on good tires, properly adjusted chain, and good brakes.
While none of this sounds as cool as running the track or learning stunts, mastering these skills will greatly improve your chances of not being killed on the street, and not being pushed into making a mistake on the track.
Of course this is all just advice which you're free to accept or reject as you see fit....Enjoy..