Co-driving with the quickest rally car and driver in the country, there's precious little room for error

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By Peter Brewer
Updated April 1 2022 - 2:18am, first published 1:00am
A study of concentration; champion rally co-driver John McCarthy works on his pace notes in the car ahead of the event. Picture: Jack Martin

They are often the forgotten men and women of rallying, the tops of their helmets barely visible to spectators through the cars' side windows and their heads down for much of the event, furiously reading pace notes to the drivers alongside them.

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Peter Brewer

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