My car has a really weird clutch. It’s a cable clutch, and it is REALLY heavy, it bites in a different place each time (always within a ~4” area, just not consistent.) Even people who are quite good at driving manuals, (Denver, many of my family members, other friends), ALWAYS stall and grind for a while before they can drive my car. I was helping Denver with it last night, I taught him the same way my uncle taught me, let the clutch out really slowly and wait for it to bite, NEVER touch the gas pedal. If you think you’ll stall, clutch in, get to full clutch out, and rolling, then you can hit the gas. It helped a lot. He was far better at driving my car than before. Any other ideas to help people adapt to a super odd clutch?
Alfa for your time.