More seat time as you said. Learning how to throw your weight around, aggressive alignment (a good base is -3/-2.5 camber), learn the car and your boundaries, and honestly, that could mean fish tailing it a bit and learning to correct it. One beginner issue as well is as soon as the back end slips, they let off the gas. This will make you snap in the other direction causing you to loose control. She starts going, you let up a tiny bit until she bites again, then you can slow your roll a bit more and catch your nerves haha.