Originally Posted by LiM3y
Von zoom wil testify I had a lot of trouble maintaining constant brake pressure when blipping the throttle, which caused the front end to bobble and upset the car. As soon as I focused on improving that...life, Turn 1's and trail braking became a little easier. If you are pressing hard on the brake, it is easier to keep an even pressure.
I struggled to apply enough brake because I was concentrating too much on bliping the throttle. The result was that I came in way too fast into Big Bend a few times. It wasn't pretty. My instructors never broke it down for me to concentrating on getting my braking (or most of it) done first before executing the shift. Looking back on it I was trying to do everything together and it was messy. Thanks, this helps.