That's what i mean about swiveling "use the right side of your right foot to "blip".... i guess its kinda confusing unless shown... i've written this many times but once again (this isn't directed to you StyleTEG) Buy the book Going Faster! Mastering the Art of Race Driving.StyleTEG on Aug/28/02Yeah said:For daily driving simply brake early, rev match while you approach the turn, then drive through the turn.
Another way of doing it, that worked well for me at the last autoX, is use the side of your foot to blip the throttle. I have slightly larger pedal covers, that enabled me to have most of my foot on the brake, but enough of it touching the gas where I could shift it and blip the throttle to get back into 1st.
I can't seam to swivel my foot very well, so this was easier for me.
HuskerHybrid on Aug/28/02 said:again the purpose of this is too take a turn at a higher rate of speed, unlike sunday afternoon driving where you brake and "coast" through a turn. w/ heel and toe you accelerate all the way through the turn, drifting is a whole new world, there's inertial drifting, oversteer, e-brake drifting etc.