Heel and Toe Technique — Timing Your Downshifts Brake zones are the busiest time from the driver seat of the racecar. You have a lot to get done in what feels like a very little amount of time, this leads to drivers rushing their downshifts. Often we see drivers hit the brakes initially and while they are still at that initial threshold brake immediately start downshifting. As with the timing of the blip, patience before starting your downshifts is critical. If you are feeling the need to rush your downshifts in the brake zones then you must take…
Heel and Toe Technique — When to blip? While coaching I end up spending more time on correct shifting techniques than almost any other skill. While technology is quickly taking away the need to learn the heel and toe technique it is still something all drivers should learn! As the first part of our new weekly coaching tips series I want to take the next few weeks to break this down, and show you all how easy it really is. So for the first part of our heel and toe series I want to focus on the blip…
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