Personally, I dont race my g56. 1. Its a truck and I built it to tow not race. 2. The g56 is one of the slowest shifting trans I have ever operated. Altho lots of people are racing them
If you must, main thing is preload the driveline. Dont just floor it and side step the clutch. That can only cause two things.. shock load and damage or wheel spin. Wont win any races with either.
To properly launch a manual, select the appropriate gear, prob 3rd but 2nd might work, depends on your hp. Start to release clutch until it begins to engage. Then raise rpms to desired engine speed while holding the pedal at point of engagement. This is pre loading the drivetrain and building boost. Start to release but not all at once, let it start rolling a bit then let it up quick the rest of the way but still not a side step. You didn't hear this from me tho.. lol.
And no, your dual disc organic faced clutch is not built for this, nor will it like it. It should however not disintegrate immediately. That said, it would be pretty easy to cause a few hot spots and induce some shudder on take off. Anyway hope that answers your question. Launching a manual correctly will take practice if you want to do it, and understands that things can get damaged or broken. The only manual I "launch" is in my mistang gt with a performance racing clutch.