What we say at the Superbike School is that once you know for sure that you are going to hit the apex, that is when you move your eyes up to the next reference point. Typically you need a minimum of 3 reference points for each corner, where to turn, where to apex and where to exit. As we were mentioning before, if you try and look to the exit of the corner too early, you can lose track of where you are mid corner and end up making multiple steering corrections (wobbly lines). By having a series of points to look at, you can effectively plot your line and as you practice the timing of when to move your eyes and what to look at in what sequence, your collection of visual information should improve and with that visual improvement also comes improvement in your control outputs. Better visual information coming in = better and smoother actions coming out.Maybe a bikes length from meeting the Apex?