I think the OP needs to look at his original post, where he said "any suggestions".
Colorado: remember you asked for advice, and you got some. Take the advice or leave it, but you don't need to defend yourself and push back and debate against it.
I think if you keep up with skiing, you'll come back after say 40days on the mountain and feel a bit silly about what you thought was your old technique.
There's a quote from the TV show Justified: If you run into an asshole in the morning, you ran into an asshole; you run into assholes all day, you're the asshole
Don't take it as an insult; but a funny way of saying Maybe it's not them but maybe it's you; and you should look to yourself for improvement rather then why everybody else is wrong and in your way.
Your original description that people taking up the whole run, and there's no place to race your car on roads, while your skiing and driving are fine has a bit of that attitude that everyone else is wrong, and there's no need to improve.