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      03-13-2015, 07:00 PM   #80
Mortis
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I turned off traction control on track but never go into sport+ throttle mapping, will take some time since I can't heel toe.
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Same. Heel and toe is in the future for me so sport throttle is what I'm on. Yes car is my DD but don't use it much during the week. Have extra set of tires waiting and seeking to learn from you all on eventually (probably soon) replacing brake pads. Cheers
The track is not the place to practice heel-and-toe. You are busy with so many other things. You don't need to be distracted with concentrating on heel-and-toe, especially not in the critical braking phase.

You need to know how to do it BEFORE you attempt doing it on track. Practice it on the street as much as you can, when it becomes second nature, you're ready to use it at the track .
Totally agree. I want to learn it for the technique. Question is : with the rev match feature in the M3/4 and other cars (corvette stingray for instance), do you guys still think it's worth learning ??