Ray Alexander posted:
Several posts back you had some good advice from Dave Bauer, it was respect your navigator.
Imagine how embarrassing it would be for the participants behind you to observe you being disciplined alongside the highway.
If you'd ever heard some of the unedited audio clips from our in car comms, you'd know that I'm no stranger to being disciplined all the way down 318.
But seriously, no matter who my Nav is, they will get nothing but respect, including some intense lessons in stopwatch discipline. I know all to well how tough it is to do a good job in the right seat. The pressure you put on yourself is more than anyone who hasn't done it could comprehend. It's the toughest job in racing IMHO.
If any navigator isn't covered in sweat and adrenaline by Checkpoint 6, they just aren't concentrating hard enough.