Driver Change

Some articles on driver change, driver changes, drivers, driver:

Bus Terminus - Operational Considerations - Driver Change
... Terminus location may be positioned to allow driver changes, although this may be less of a factor than the location of the bus garage ... Centrally located termini may be more convenient for driver changes ... Some operators operate pool cars to allow drivers to drive to and wait at a quiet terminus, swapping the car with the bus when it arrives ...
2007 Brazilian Grand Prix - Report - Background - Driver Change
... He was replaced at Williams-Toyota by the Japanese driver Kazuki Nakajima, son of former F1 driver Satoru ... As a result, three Japanese drivers were entered into a Grand Prix for the first time since the 1995 Japanese Grand Prix ...
2006 Buenos Aires 200km - Report
... Nothing better than two drivers with the huge talent of Rossi and Menu so as to give a good idea of the excellent driving level demonstrated in each edition ... over his car in perfect condition to his co-driver, who kept it in front and escaped even further from his pursuers ... Silva, as on lap 3 he saw as his car's race ended after his co-driver was nerfed off the track by FlaquƩ (who stated that it was "unavoidable") at the exit of Ascari and ...

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