I have auto clutch on in this game, I prefer changing gear with the gear paddles on the Log G27 wheel, dont really use the H shifter and I prefer racing cars rather than road cars. My question : during fast braking the rear of the car can become a bit unstable, more so at corners where you can trail brake for example first and second corner japan track ( depending on car). I tried to give a little throttle when I downchange gear : I brake first, then simultaneously shift dawn and little throttle whilst releasing the brake a bit, sort of trying to simulate the heel toe technique to keep high in the revs and I feel the car is more stable in some corners doing this. My question : does this hurt the gearbox or engine damage? I noticed that trying this in some online races after a couple of laps ( f.e. the japan track) i have less engine power. I wonder if thats because this brake technique ... could also due to front radiator damage from hitting slower cars on first couple of corners.... Can you see somewhere while racing where you have damage and if so what kind of damage?