co-drive

co-drive

vb
to take alternate turns driving (a vehicle) with another person
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Jane Nicol was taking a break in Barbados from her usual duties navigating Andrew Gallacher and her position reigning Scottish Rally Champion to co-drive for Fraser Louden.
Though the sharing of these services in the economy is low, they have the potential to grow in the future.Slovaks use alternative forms of private accommodation or co-drive more than their closest neighbours in the region.
Journalist, Steve Fowler, will co-drive with Vauxhall PR's Simon Hucknall.
Emirati Ali Hassan Obaid will co-drive for the ED Racing Team driver.
Alistair Dodd of Corwen will co-drive for Lewis Roper in a Nissan Micra.
To co-drive with Al-Raji is Portugal's Filipe Palmeiro, a regular competitor with X-raid in past cross-country events including the Dakar Rally.
Monaco-based Herbert is due to co-drive with fellow former Le Mans 24 Hour race winner Andy Wallace, from Oxford, in the 165-minute event, the third round of the American Le Mans Series.
"I have been waiting for a chance to compete in a WRC since starting rallying and this opportunity came up to co-drive for Barry on the very popular Pendragon Stages so I could not refuse," said Roughead.
Nicky Grist will co-drive for the 1995 champion in the Xsara, which the Scot last drove in 2003.
For 20-year-old Thomas of Pencombe, Herefordshire and his co-drive Graham Hopewell of Worcester, BTRDA 1400 champions of 2005, this is the second win of the season after taking first at the Pirelli Trophy Rally back in May.
He said: "To be asked to co-drive for the guy who won Britain's round of the World Rally Championship in the world champion team in the world championship-winning car is special.
Andover-based Dale and Manx co-drive Andrew Bargery finished nine seconds clear of Martin Rowe to take the crown in their Peugeot 106.