Intermediate Techniques

How to Heel and Toe

Drivers heel and toe to make their downshifts, whilst braking, as smooth as possible. If the downshift is not smooth the driver runs the risk of locking the driven wheels and unbalancing that end of the car. This is less than ideal at the entry to a corner.

Heel and toeing is a must if you want to drive any manual car at its limit in the braking zone. It’s […]

Circuit Driving in the Rain

Driving in wet conditions is more challenging than in the dry, this is why in a wet race the grid will be generally more spread out than in the dry. Unfortunately for some, the difference in driving ability is highlighted. There are just more factors to think about – including less, and inconsistent, grip levels.


Often, in the UK especially, the conditions are variable. Wet to dry […]