Launches are almost always done in a car with a manual transmission and clutch the driver can operate; however, some drivers with automatic transmissions choose to use a similar technique when accelerating from a standstill, where the brake pedal is applied, the engine is revved, and then released to launch the car forward. This technique often puts an excessive amount of stress on the car's drive train.
On newer sports cars with formula one style sequential gearboxes and no clutch, the car's computer will often be programmed for acceleration from a standstill, usually initiated by a "launch" button or "race mode" the driver can push.
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2. Find the best rate to let out your clutch while allowing just a little bit of wheel spin as you slowly apply throttle. (about 17% wheel spin)
3. Floor accelerator as you approach full clutch engagement.
4. Watch you're rpm's as you gain traction so you don't bounce off the rev limiter.
P.S. Wide-open throttle shift into second at about 750 rpm below redline.
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