You’ve let go of the brakes but aren’t at a point in the corner to pick up the throttle? You’re probably thinking you need to brake later. That’s possible, but how about this: You need to brake lighter, longer. Pull the brakes on at your desired point (where you get scared), but don’t squeeze them so hard. Your speed will stay higher for longer, but you will be “in control” of your speed and the bike’s geometry (due to fork dive). As you work within this proven technique, you will be using the brakes longer, reducing your coasting time, increasing efficiency, and improving lap times. Your tire loading will be more consistent, and your risk will diminish.