I think you'll find Gcalo is essentially correct on all counts. That is, you should either be (1) in gear with foot firmly on the brake or (2) in neutral with foot on or off the brake. The 360 F1 system is slightly different from manual in that when the car is stopped the system keeps it's foot on the clutch peddle regardless of whether in gear or neutral so the clutch plate is always withdrawn (i.e., no slipage) and the TO bearing is always spinning
I found leaving the car in neutral while stopped is aggrivating and potentially dangerous, especially with foot off the brake. I end up fumbling to get on the brake & shift while people are honking or an emergency vehicle approaches and I can't get my car moving. Since it's all the same to the TO bearing, I usually just leave it in gear with foot firmly on the brake so it's quick and easy to move off when appropriate.
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