If you are going to hit any jumps, try to preload....like a bunny hop on a bicycle, keep throttle going as go off a jump as the throttle/wheel speed, will direct the pitch/angle of your machine, so if the front is staying up, let off the gas and tap the back brakes. I'd stay away from doubles and triples, especially with this beast, but try table tops! Try to ride the outside of the burms as well, while leaning far into the corner on this machine, and you'll be able to keep up a good pace through out it. Also, I imagine this is just for fun, so don't push it and wear yourself out after just a few laps. That way you can get in the groove of things and really increase your lap times vs. being tired and slowing down/making a mistake or just taking a break.