It was especially important that I use my feet properly and get my weight off the bars, as per Craig Weirman's suggestion.
So I found someone who was just-a-little-frustrating and starting chasing him through the pack, around the slower riders. Glanced up when running down the straight and realized we'd just put in a 2:04 lap. Huh. My best lap EVER here was only a second faster.
So the next session I went out just to practice. Got out early and had an empty track, got to focus on lines and such. In fact, I did this every session for the rest of the day, and didn't get caught up in too many chases. This is good, because I have trouble not chasing people down.
But the last session of the day, I was feeling really good - doing every corner correctly with the new style, feeling confident. And did 4 laps in a row with solid 2:02s. That's a full second faster than I've ever gone at Infineon, and I was cruising.
So apparently, the difference between "cruising" and "racing" ain't much for me. I only got one speed...