Rally Co-Driver Tuition vehicles:
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 and/or 

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Course duration
Full day:

9.30am 

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 4pm

Refreshments available.

In car camera package available.

We guarantee a 1:1 ratio - just you, the car and instructor.

Spectators drives and rides available on the day.

Trackside viewing.

Rally Certificate included.

Minimum people you need to book:
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Cost per person:

£519

 
 

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Rally Co-Driver Training

Learn to be a rally co-driver with our co-driving professional, providing all you need to improve your co-driving skills.

Duration:
Full day (9.30am - 4.00pm)

Activities:
The course is a full day being spent in classroom tutorials, road navigation, stage navigation and pacenotes. All tuition is given in and around LRS premises. Ford Escort Mk2 RS2000 or Subaru Impreza STI group N rally cars used for stage and road tuition.

Also included: Course literature and safety gear. Lunch is also available.

Photograph: Co-driver in the passenger seat

Cost:
£519 per person

The details:

Want to learn how to co-drive or simply improve your skills? LRS is pleased to offer rally co-driver tuition for all levels of experience of co-driving and navigation techniques with a co-driving ace. The importance of a good co driver must never be underestimated when a team is seeking to win events or special stages.

The course is intended to cover essential topics, together with a large number of "Top Tips" and samples of paper work, check lists etc, stage procedures, communication.

Being a good rally co-driver is 90% experience (and, by all accounts, 10% insanity). While there is no substitute for actually competing on events, it will still take a long time before you become expert in all areas of being a rally co-driver, a good solid background will pay dividends in a co drivers career.

If you are serious about rally co-driving, you need to find ways to gain experience. Learning to be a rally co-driver from a professional co-driver is obviously a very good way. You can learn skills by competing on local "road rally" events or marshalling, time-keeping or even just spectating on rallies, however pace-note systems and the advanced techniques required to be a successful team must be learnt on larger rallies which can prove very costly.

Although many of the rules and duties of a rally co-driver are clear-cut, a lot of the co-driver’s art is very personal and you may frequently find that different people will offer you conflicting advice. Sometimes you just have to try different things and find what works for you. Our course offers you bespoke 1 to 1 tuition with a pro co driver, this course is proven to massively boost performance in terms of stage times and event logistics and organisation.

Our LRS rally co-drivers course covers the following.

  • What does the Co-Driver Do?
  • Rules and Regulations
  • Navigating on Road Sections
  • Timing
  • Control Procedure
  • Recording your Actual Time
  • Types of Control
  • Stage Start Routine
  • Co-Driver's Equipment
  • Co-Drivers Responsibilities
  • On Stage - Reading the Map
  • On Stage – Reading the pace notes
  • Making Pace-notes and Recce
  • Movements Schedule
  • Service Schedules and Servicing

Each driver will receive a rally certificate on completion of their course.

Call 01869 278199 or email to check availability of this course.

Book this course: You can book the Rally Co-Driver Training course using our online booking system.

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