co-driver

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co-driver

n
(Motor Racing) one of two drivers who take turns to drive a car, esp in a rally
Translations

co-driver

[ˈkəʊdraɪvəʳ] N (Aut) → copiloto mf

co-driver

nBeifahre(in) m(f)

co-driver

[ˈkəʊdraɪvəʳ] n (in race) → copilota m/f; (of lorry) → secondo autista m
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To be eligible, drivers and co-drivers must have been born after January 1, 1993, and compete in a two-wheel-drive car with less than 2050cc.
Among the two-wheeldrive co-drivers, Jamie Lee-Fox wins the category after a tiebreaker, having finished on equal points with Ian Jones, while third place went to Toby Brick.
The call for candidates for the 'WIMC-QMMF Women's Cross Country Selection', launched through the FIA's global network of National Sporting Authorities (ASNs), appeals to individual women drivers and co-drivers aged between 18 and 35 to apply through their ASN for an initial selection process based on information provided in their curriculum vitae.
From classic gravel rallying in Argentina and winding mountain roads through the Andes at altitudes of up to 4,500 metres in Bolivia to the extremely dry and hot Atacama Desert in Chile with its towering dunes and fine sand, the rally tested drivers, co-drivers and their machines to their limits.
Adding to the pinnacle of the iceberg we're out to conquer with each stage of the rally and it's unique driving method, we -- drivers, co-drivers and crew -- face an enormous sum of gruelling hardships due to the extremely low temperatures, where a driver's focus can dwindle due to the cold, and so could the co-driver's.
Al Zadjali and Al Balushi were competing for the first time in a national level rally championship and were representing OYRC team Green, which has alternating drivers and co-drivers for every round.
His Italian co-driver Nicola Arena continues to lead the Co-Drivers' Championship.
The chief executive of Daresbury-based CCTV specialist AD Group races as a hobby and, together with his co-drivers, won the latest stage of the Le Mans Series six-hour Algarve 1,000km night-time endurance race.
The boss of Daresbury-based CCTV specialist AD Group races as a hobby and, together with his co-drivers, won the latest stage of the Le Mans Series six hour Algarve 1,000km night time endurance race.
Drivers, co-drivers, technicians and rally co-ordinators are all featured in the calendar which sees the women photographed a world away from rallying but with some sporty touches.
Drivers, co-drivers, technicians and rally co-ordinators are all featured in the calendar, which sees the women photographed a world away from rallying, but with some sporty touches.
The ice cool Sebastien Loeb, the pin-up of the WRC circuit and the man who looks set to take Solberg's title, will also be there along with all the other WRC team drivers and co-drivers.