Sperofarm Posted September 16, 2004 Report Share Posted September 16, 2004 OK, stick to the basics, its safe and proven. But often once understood, advanced and fancy techniques become part of the basics. Saying that, I can't race for ######, but I am learning. One thing my coach has mentioned (but not coached me on) is that some guys are holding the the clutch in while braking and changing down for the corner much later. The theory is more mid corner speed, and better feel from the brakes with less chance of rear chatter during braking. What do you think? This is not what I do, but I am doing alot of things that I never used to do and I am going faster than ever (which is still pretty slow!). P.S. You have a great site and it is handy to be able to ask dumb questions without seeing anyone roll their eyes or muffle their chuckles. Thanks. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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