I wanted to have a thread on Heel to toe. This is probably one of my favorite driving technics. This is the use of your feet to Brake, Clutch, and shift all at one time. This is Use full to down shift smoothly while brake into a corner. Heel to toe is used by all pro's from WRC (back in the days when they still had a clutch) to Drifting to almost any kinda of racing there is. Share your opinions and thoughts on this technic. If you have questions .. i will do my best to answer any questions you guys have on this technic and how to do it properly. Don't forget that some cars are easy to do it in where as some cars are a little bit more difficult to do it in. Its all in the pedal positioning really. Your feet have to be positioned correctly as well as retain comfort in your legs. This Technic has saved my ass many many times. I recommend all of you to know and practice this technic. Here is more... Here is a step-by-step guide on how to heel-and-toe downshift. It will explain how to shift from fourth gear to third gear, though the technique will work for any downshift. 1. Begin braking for the corner with your right foot. The location of the pedals and the size of your foot will dictate where you position your foot on the pedal, but most likely it should be canted a little to the right, closer to the throttle pedal. 2. Push in the clutch with your left foot. 3. This is the hard part. With your right foot still applying pressure to the brakes, roll the outside edge of your foot outward and downward to touch the throttle pedal. The pedal design on some cars makes this easier to do than on others. Use the outside of your right foot to blip the throttle. Blipping the throttle means temporarily raising the engine rpms to match the wheel speed. The exact amount of revs needed is dependent on a variety of factors, but it is usually between 1,000 rpm to 2,000 rpm more than the current engine rpm for a one-gear downshift. 4. Move the shifter to third gear. 5. Release the clutch with your left foot. hope this helps!