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      09-05-2012, 02:53 PM   #40
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Originally Posted by CanAutM3 View Post
Agreed, I do the same with my Novice and Intermediate students. You are busy enough working on much more fundamental elements of performance driving.

However with some advanced students that want to improve their skill and lap times, it is something I do work with them. BTW, shifting mid corner can also be applied to MT cars, it just requires much more skill to execute.
Agree on advanced students trying to improve skills or lap times. In my MT car I used to shift in corners to help get the car rotated when required or just to get a better launch out of the corner as downshifting before the turn was not an option. Doesn't seem to have the same result with DCT however so the pedals are your friends.