How Rally-Car Drivers Avoid Crashes | Turn By Turn
Rallying remains one of the most dangerous motorsports in the world. However, to help these brave drivers survive each high-risk race is a co-driver sitting shotgun reading off a list of directions called "pacenotes". It's because of these co-drivers telling them what's ahead that racers are able to drive full speed around blind corners and over sudden drops. And it's how rally drivers avoid getting into some major crashes.
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