Thought I would kick off with a proper driving technique post. Since getting the S2000 I have decided that I need to learn how to drive 'properly' now that I have a car that can be seriously provoked, especially on the limit. I have decided that I need to learn how to heel and toe. My first stage to this is to learn how 'rev match'. For anyone who doesn't know, reve matching is all about ensuring the revs and the engine stay equal when braking for a corner. As you approach a corner and you are braking and changing down you will feel a weight shift and a jerk as you use the engine to brake. As you are braking hard, dip the clutch and quickly blip the throttle to match the revs that you expect in the next gear that you are going to select. Complete this for each gearchange. When you do this successfully the car will not jerk back and forth when changing down, and the braking will be achieved much more smoothly without unsettling the car. I have been practising for about 1 week now, and its quite difficult. Usually I would not use engine braking, and just brake, then select the required gear before entering the corner, but it can still be used for this gear change. I tend to use engine braking more often when I am driving very hard. I would advise that you practise this at slower speeds, in a straight line without any traffic, just incase you screw up and smash into the back of somone or end up in a ditch. That is all in 'moff' langauge (novice!) and I am sure that some driving techie will be able to explain better. Has anyone else tried this or use it in their everyday driving?