OK, when I'm trackstanding at a red light (I actually wait for greens) with my left foot forward, over the course of a minute, on average, I end up pointing like 30 degrees left of where I started. I try to counteract this by going in to the stand facing slightly right, but sometimes I end up turning like 45 degrees counterclockwise which can be a problem if there are other vehicles nearby. Anyone else get this? Is it just a skill I need to learn to trackstand without slowly rotating?
Also, unrelated, are people's dominant trackstand and skid foot correlated? I tend to skid with my left foot back, but stand with my left foot forward. I think it looks pretty badass to skid directly into a trackstand without moving the pedals at all, but alas, I need to become a little more ambipedextrous to pull it off consistently.