Does anyone else do this? I “heel-toe” my car with my foot vertically, so the ball of my foot is on the brake and my little toe and possibly the next toe are on the throttle. I rotate my ankle to get the necessary throttle blip and that’s it.

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I’ve always found it much harder to use my literal heel and toe to do this, but I have done it on some trucks where the pedals are farther apart, making it necessary. But I’m not nearly as good that way.

I know my foot could slip off the brake more easily, but I’m not doing this in a racing circumstance. This is daily driving here, where if I slipped off the brake, I would just go around that corner slightly faster.

Am I doing this wrong?