Rodger Freeth
Rodger Vincent Freeth, Ph.D., (24 December 1953 – 18 September 1993) was a New Zealand motor sport competitor.He held a Ph.D. in Physics and had a distinguished academic and motorsport career. His ...
Cato Menkerud
Cato Menkerud (born August 23, 1973 in Lillehammer, Norway) is a rally co-driver. He started as a co-driver in 1992 for his father Helge Menkerud. In addition to Henning Solberg, he has co-driven fo...
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Tony Ambrose
John Anthony Ambrose (12 August 1933 – 5 January 2008) was a British rally driver who, as co-driver, twice won the RAC Rally, in 1956 and 1965.
Ambrose was born in Chipping Norton, Oxfordshi...
Derek Ringer
Derek Ringer (born 11 October 1956) is a Scottish rally co-driver. He is most closely associated with Colin McRae, with whom he won the 1995 World Rally Championship.Although their partnership extende...
Mike Doughty (co-driver)
Mike Doughty (born December 2, 1936) is a former Kenyan rally co-driver best known for his work with Shekhar Mehta in the 1970s.
Luis Moya
Luis Rodríguez Moya, better known as Luis Moya (born 23 September 1960 in La Coruña, Spain) is a now-retired rally co-driver, synonymous with the driver Carlos Sainz. He is the second co-pilot with m...
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Seppo Harjanne
Seppo Harjanne (born 28 February 1948) is a Finnish former rally co-driver. He is best known for co-driving for Timo Salonen from 1979 to 1988 and for Tommi Mäkinen from 1990 to 1997. With Salonen, Ha...
Phil Mills
Phil Mills (born 30 August 1963) is a British rally racing co-driver. He was winner of the 2003 World Rally Championship (WRC), as co-driver to Petter Solberg.Mills was born in Trefeglwys, Powys. He ...
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Luigi Macaluso
Luigi "Gino" Macaluso (9 June 1948 – 27 October 2010) was the President and Chairman of the Sowind group, under whose roof a watch Manufacture and the two Brands Girard-Perregaux and JeanRichard are u...
Pacenotes
In rallying, pacenotes are a commonly used method of accurately describing a rallying route to be driven in extreme detail. As well as dictating the general route to be taken, in terms of turnings, ju...
Pacenotes - Wikipedia
Risto Mannisenmäki
Risto Mannisenmäki (born on 28 May 1959) is a former rally co-driver and two-times world champion with driver Tommi Mäkinen.Mannisenmäki begun his career in 1982 and was co-driving for various drivers...
Philippe Monnet
Philippe Monnet (born 31 January 1959) is a single-handed sailor from France, born in La Clusaz.
Jakke Honkanen
Jakke Honkanen (born 22 May 1960) is a Finnish former rally co-driver, participating as co-driver in the World Rally Championship from 1989 to 2007. Past drivers include Toni Gardemeister (e.g. 2006 M...
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Fred Gallagher (co-driver)
Fred Gallagher (born April 16, 1952 in Belfast) is a World Rally Championship winning co-driver and motorsport personality.
Gallagher's first WRC rally was the 1975 RAC Rally alongside Norwegian d...
Maurizio Perissinot
Maurizio Perissinot (1 February 1951 – 12 December 2004) was an Italian rally co-driver, mainly for Attilio Bettega.He survived the tragic accident at the 1985 Tour de Corse which claimed the life of ...
Tony Mason (co-driver)
Tony Mason is a British former rally co-driver and television presenter. In 1972, he navigated Roger Clark to victory in the RAC Rally and the team also finished second in the event twice in 1974 and...
Chris Patterson
Chris Patterson (born 6 September 1968) is a Northern Irish professional rally racing co-driver.He competed first time in the World Rally Championship (WRC) in 1993 and has won the 2006 Production Wor...
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Daniel Elena
Daniel Elena (born 26 October 1972) is a Monegasque rally co-driver, currently working with Sébastien Loeb. Between them, the pair have won the World Rally Championship nine times, and currently compe...
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Björn Cederberg
Björn Cederberg (born July 23, 1937), nicknamed "Kapten" (engl. Captain, due to his rank in the Swedish army), was a notable Swedish rally co-driver. His most famous and successful partnership was wit...
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Christian Geistdörfer
Christian Geistdörfer (born 1 February 1953 in Munich) is a German former rally co-driver. His career in motorsport lasted from 1975 to 1990. From 1977 to 1987, he co-drove to German rally driver Walt...
Christian Geistdörfer - Wikipedia
David Richards (racing)
David Pender Richards CBE (born 3 June 1952 in Britain) is the chairman of Prodrive, former chairman of Aston Martin, and a former team principal of the BAR and Benetton Formula One motor racing teams...
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Jörg Bastuck
Jörg Bastuck (4 September 1969 in Dillingen, Saarland, Germany – 24 March 2006 in Salou, Spain) was a German co-driver in the Junior World Rally Championship. When he got out of his Citroën C2 GT, dri...
Co-driver
Co-driver is the term given to the navigator of rally car in the sport of rallying, who sits in the front passenger seat. The co-driver's job is to navigate, by reading off a set of pacenotes to the d...
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Sergio Cresto
Sergio Cresto (USA) (January 19, 1956 – May 2, 1986) was the co-driver of Henri Toivonen at the Lancia Martini team for the 1986 World Rally Championship season. He was also a former co-driver for fel...
Robert Reid (co-driver)
Robert Reid (born 17 February 1966) is a retired Scottish rally co-driver who partnered Richard Burns to victory in the 2001 World Rally Championship. The partnership lasted from 1991 until 2003 duri...
Jean Todt
Jean Todt (born 25 February 1946) is a French motor sport executive. After a successful career as a rally co-driver he made his reputation in motor sport management, first with Peugeot Talbot Sport, t...
Jean Todt - Wikipedia
Marc Martí
Marc Martí Moreno (born 1 March 1966) is a Spanish rally co-driver. He debuted in the World Rally Championship as a co-driver to Oriol Gómez in 1992. In the 1999 season, he began his partnership with ...
Marc Martí - Wikipedia