Fundamental Skills of Heel-and-Toe

This is a more complete and revised version of a shorter demonstration video I made on the heel-and-toe technique back in May. This demonstration video summarizes and demonstates the fundamental skills involved and how the combined skills are used to master the heel-and-toe technique. The exercise numbers (#1-11) reference the written version of the 20-exercise guide by Garage Woolery. The remaining 9 exercises are advanced versions of the first 11.

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Best Racing 'Heel and Toe' Shifting
Russel Ingall at Ipswitch (Queensland Raceway) 2005 onboard lap.





How To Heel Toe Downshift Perfectly Every Time!
Follow Us on Instragram! @VehicleVirgins Like us on Facebook! https://www.facebook.com/vehiclevirgins Vehicle Virgins teaches you how to heel toe downshift. Please be careful practicing this on the road until you are comfortable. The great part is that once you get the basics you can practice heel toeing everywhere you go! Song: Umpire - Gravity (feat. Liz Kretschmer) [NCS Release] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1iDTrK2EAfI https://www.facebook.com/iamumpire





How to Heel and Toe Like Senna: Step-By-Step Tutorial
Driver 61's professional racer, Scott Mansell, explains what the heel and toe technique is all about and how to rev match in your road, track day or race car. For the full article and cheat sheet go to: http://bit.ly/D61HeelAndToe Here's what we're going to cover: - What the heel and toe technique actually is - Why we would want to downshift this way - A step by step guide about how to heel and toe, including the order of your inputs and how to position your feet - The best way to practice heel and toe, so you’re well prepared before you try it on the circuit Heel and toeing is a technique whereby you match your car’s engine speed or revs to your car’s wheel speed to create a smooth downshift. If you don’t match the engine’s rev to the wheel speed you risk locking up the driven axle and destabilising the car. You do this by using your right foot across both the brake and accelerator pedals; toe on the brake and heel (or the side of your foot) on the accelerator pedal. If you want to learn more about driving on track, please visit the Driver 61 website at http://bit.ly/d61University For more videos, how to and circuit guides please SUBSCRIBE to our channel. -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- *Watch next:* Ricciardo, Vandoorne & Magnussen Collision at Brazilian GP: In-Depth F1 Analysis https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZlY0HU-yyww -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-





Ayrton Senna's Heel-and-toe
Legendary Ayrton Senna's Driving Technique




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