Not sure about the holes.
My MazdaSpeed has little rubber strips on the pedals. Seems to help a
little, but I've still managed to slip my foot off the clutch pedal
with outstanding results.
I wonder what the open top ALMS and LMP1 cars do?
On 25-Oct-08, at 5:56 PM, Susan Kahler wrote:
> List Nazi - lol! You can call me whatever you like if it helps the
> list get back on track (pun intended!).
> Thanks to everyone for the great suggestions about grip. It's not
> really the pedal but more the floor. And, despite what Brad says,
> there was no oil on the floor. (The cleaning and detailing chief
> took care of that. ;) ) The idea of a heel ridge or lip had
> occurred to me but I was not sure how to implement it.
> I do really like Jack W.'s idea of drilling through the pedals from
> the back. I see pedals at the speed shops that have holes in them
> with lips around them - similar idea, I guess. I am a little
> concerned about how quickly drilled lips would wear through the
> soles of my soft-soled driving shoes, though. Maybe buff them
> gently with a file to remove the really sharp edges?
> Susan :)
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'68 Triumph GT6 MK1 - http://www.gt6.ca/
Ottawa, ON, Canada
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