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RE: Rally cars (was quattro wagon)
I was referring to understanding the characteristics of the car, which
is an area that obviously has to do with the one behind the wheel. You
are absolutely right, without a good co-driver, you are screwed, but you
also need a competent driver behind the wheel who can follow the course
notes in the quickest possible manner.
Borealis Technology Corp.
Incline Village, Nevada
1990 Audi "S2" Quattro (Building For SCCA Pro Rally)
Past Audis: 1987 5000CSTQ, 1987 5000CSTQW
>Sent: Monday, March 24, 1997 6:00 PM
>To: Mark Nelson; email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org
>Subject: Re: Rally cars (was quattro wagon)
>In a message dated 97-03-22 21:17:22 EST, email@example.com (Mark Nelson)
><< most of it is the skill of the driver anyway, granted the
> car helps, but to compete in this game, you have to be (or have) a very
> good driver to begin with.
>WOW no co-driver, damn your good.