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As above i was just wondering if there was any car where the clutch was on the right and the throttle on the left. It would make 'left foot braking' easier!
How difficult would it be to train your brain to work it properly?
And before anyone says it's a stupid idea-i know it is. Worth a discussion?
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Doesn't matter which way round the pedals are you still need to use one foot to brake and blip throttle, what makes the left foot more capable than the right?
 

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Doesn't matter which way round the pedals are you still need to use one foot to brake and blip throttle, what makes the left foot more capable than the right?
Well you're used to using your right foot to modulate the brake pressure.
 

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You'd still need to train your brain to do it whatever as your left is used to the clutch :handsup:

Go out and practise on a gravel car park when it's quiet in a normal car.
 
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