Ive just been watchin some of the track guides for you wtcc league and my main observation is the speed of the downshifts being made by the drivers. it almost looks as if they just smash down as fast as posible to the gear they need thru the apex and out of the corner rather than speed matching. now i tend to be pretty competetive but when i get close to people thru bends there seems to be some difference in the way we go thru them. im thinkin maybe this is it and maybe theres time to be found in braking/downshifting this way. id dont have a clutch pedal and use auto clutch so sometimes in the interest of keeping in smooth i find myself riding the brake/trottle into corners. so after the initial heavy breaking i use the last couple of downshifts along with this to help me out with engine braking but i think maybe i shouldnt be relying on this as a staple. are the people who downshift so quickly riding the clutch pedal instead into the apex until revs/speed are matched and car is settled or am i just braking to early and to softly. and because of that having to coast too much. im always tinkering with lines etc to find my best and most confortable ones but a few pointers can never hurt. does anyone have any ideas that i might try out as helping me speed up this process a little would be much appreciated.?