Yep, Weeksy's recomendations should do it.
It's a short enough track to learn, so you should have more or less cracked it after a session or two. I found that I wasn't going deep enough in the first corner of the left/right flick at Edwina's and had to force myself to go in deeper, and my preference for the hairpin (for a track day) is to keep left, use the end of the barrier and the tree on the right hand side as a braking marker, go in deep and come out tight to the right hand side for the run up to the bus stop.
Hated the bus stop, it just seemd so slow and I've never got it really right., but I really love the Devils Elbow. If you run wider than you think you need to, you can just keep hanging off, winding that throttle on and go round the outside of loads of people who are trying a tighter line. A great place to practise your CSS 'pick up' drill.