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crest: Rally driver admits he has no idea what co-driver is talking about Top British rally driver, Mark Fischer, today found himself at the centre of a storm of controversy after confessing that he had absolutely no idea what his long-term co-driver, Gethyn Davis, was talking about during races It had been assumed that co-drivers were reading 'pace notes', a series of instructions describing how to negotiate the road layout ahead, but Fischer claims the notes are total nonsense' and that he has simply been humouring his co-driver all these years. 'I's just gibberish,' he said. 'But the regulations say that there must be two people in the car at all times during the race, and Gethyn was a good mate so l always just took him along for the ride Davis is reported to be furious at Fischer's statement and maintains that they were equal partners in the team, but Fisher has been quick to dismiss this Oh, come on,' he said. ' mean, '50 5left and stop 2-right half minus braking into K-right 90 maybe and absolute crest 500%. What the hell am I supposed to make of that when I'm flat out over a jump sideways at 90mph?" This is not the first time Fischer has courted controversy over the role of co-drivers. In 2009, after finding himself without a co-driver for the Jyvaskyla Rally in Finland, he kidnapped a homeless man and forcibly strapped him into the passenger seat to ensure that the two-people-in-each-car rule was complied with. The stunt only came to light when onboard footage taken during the race revealed that rather than reading the 'pace notes', the Finnish co-driver was in fact screaming the words 'Oh shit!' over and over again, occasionally interspersed with other phrases including, 'Watch out for that house' and Slow down, you mad bastard srsfunny:Driver Admits He Has No Idea What Co-Driver Is Talking About
crest: Rally driver admits he has no idea what
 co-driver is talking about
 Top British rally driver, Mark
 Fischer, today found himself
 at the centre of a storm of
 controversy after confessing
 that he had absolutely no
 idea what his long-term
 co-driver, Gethyn Davis,
 was talking about during
 races
 It had been assumed that co-drivers were reading 'pace notes', a series
 of instructions describing how to negotiate the road layout ahead, but
 Fischer claims the notes are total nonsense' and that he has simply been
 humouring his co-driver all these years. 'I's just gibberish,' he said. 'But
 the regulations say that there must be two people in the car at all times
 during the race, and Gethyn was a good mate so l always just took him
 along for the ride
 Davis is reported to be furious at Fischer's statement and maintains that
 they were equal partners in the team, but Fisher has been quick to
 dismiss this
 Oh, come on,' he said. ' mean, '50 5left and stop 2-right half minus
 braking into K-right 90 maybe and absolute crest 500%. What the hell
 am I supposed to make of that when I'm flat out over a jump sideways at
 90mph?"
 This is not the first time Fischer has courted controversy over the role of
 co-drivers. In 2009, after finding himself without a co-driver for the
 Jyvaskyla Rally in Finland, he kidnapped a homeless man and forcibly
 strapped him into the passenger seat to ensure that the
 two-people-in-each-car rule was complied with. The stunt only came to
 light when onboard footage taken during the race revealed that rather
 than reading the 'pace notes', the Finnish co-driver was in fact screaming
 the words 'Oh shit!' over and over again, occasionally interspersed with
 other phrases including, 'Watch out for that house' and Slow down, you
 mad bastard
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