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Rally Co-Driver Forced To Give Awkward Pointy Directions With His Hands

Rally co-drivers sometimes talk a mile a minute through their cars’ intercoms to give drivers vital information about what’s next on the stage road, but what happens when those intercoms fail? Pointing. Lots of pointing. Also, some frantic gesturing. Read more...
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