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    I get asked frequently for co-driver how to guides or resources online. One of my favorites is Christian Edstrom's one on his website. I found a new one that I thought was quite good and learned a few new things too so I wanted to pass it along! Also there are some good links at the bottom of the page.

    http://www.rallymatcher.com/
    "Guide to Co-Driving"




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    Good stuff, thanks for sharing!
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    Wow, the stuff on my website is 7 years old and so limited. Thanks for the kind words, but I think it's due for a huge update. That might be a fun thing to spend the last 6 months of this year on.

    The stuff on that other page is reasonably good though. Not comprehensive, but some good tips, for sure.

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    I noticed a while back that from main masthead menu of the special stage site was a link for a Rally Wiki.

    I am not sure what the intent was but it might be a great use for creating a living How-To/Guideline/Tips and Suggestion document that multiple people could help contribute and maintain.


    Me I am just a newbie on this and would like to have all the knowledge in place...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bjorn240 View Post
    The stuff on that other page is reasonably good though. Not comprehensive, but some good tips, for sure.

    I think there is a compliment in there somewhere, I'll keep looking.....

    I'm not the original author but the second editor and all three of us that had input have opinions on the sport and how we do it in the UK.

    I'm currently working on a tips page as there are many tricks co-drivers have work on over the years to make their lives easier.
    Bryan Hull,
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    Good content, Bryan - thanks for the work to make the page!
    Rob Bohn

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    "If you're in a control, don't go backwards." - anonymous
    Old Co-Driver's FAQ at RallyCoDrivers.org / slideshow here

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bjorn240 View Post
    Wow, the stuff on my website is 7 years old and so limited. Thanks for the kind words, but I think it's due for a huge update. That might be a fun thing to spend the last 6 months of this year on.

    The stuff on that other page is reasonably good though. Not comprehensive, but some good tips, for sure.
    Christian, you are one of the best in our humble little rallye world here in the US.
    That is why you are where you are now, my friend.
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