I'm aware that launching a car with manual transmission, i.e. rev up and then release the clutch, could potentially cause a bit clutch wear.
But let's assume you start revving up from 1st gear - for a petrol engine - revving up to about 5000 rpm and then quickly changing gear to 2st, will it also cause clutch wear?
I've done this a few times and try to do it rarely. I - think - it's not really the same as standing still because the difference in rpm and the actual car speed will be a lot less than if you're actually not moving at all.
See this video as reference: https://youtu.be/54I5RU-RNhQ