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Is this system going to be really like the F1 system? Modern F1 cars do have a clutch paddle. This paddle is used during starts and pit stops. It also prevents the car from stalling during an incident on the track. It is not used during shifting on the track.
If the M3 uses this paddle then you would have a clutch on the wheel along with an upshift and downshift paddle. They could make it an active clutch where it must be activated the same way the current floor clutches are. This would be a cool way to shift, although it may be beyond the average persons ability. But then again I don't think the M3 is made for the average driver.
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