Originally posted by 328DTM
So you mean you clutch out while in the middle of turn? That's going to upset the balance of the car. Even if you let the clutch out smoothly while into the turn it's kind of weird.
It's better to get the braking and gear changing done right before the corner. That way you're all set for the turn in and exit point from the corner.
im confusing my self, i brake, and while entering the turn, i release the clutch, and hammer the gas.....!!!!
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