Originally Posted by swartzentruber
That sounds a lot like me in my R32. I've been working on my heel-toe as much as I can, but since the M3 is my DD, it's not easy. I'm just not sure if I'll ever have enough chance for street or track use to really master heel-toe, hence my future track car is DCT.
I found that once you get good at heel-toe downshifting on the street then its WAY easier at the track.
On the street, you aren't pushing the brake pedal all the way down so the accelerator is still much lower than the brake pedal. Make modulating the throttle more difficult. Unlike at the track, you'll have the brake pedal pressed down much further so the brake pedal is almost even with the throttle, makes the blip much, much easier.