Some articles on driver, drivers:
... The race was won by Argentine driver Carlos Reutemann driving a Ferrari 312T2 in a flag-to-flag performance ... Local driver Emerson Fittipaldi was second, scoring the first podium finish for the Fittipaldi Automotive with Austrian Brabham driver Niki Lauda finishing third ... French driver Didier Pironi took his first points in Formula One, finishing sixth ...
... and Gerhard Berger Williams re-signed their former driver Nigel Mansell on the promise that he would be the top driver in the team after several years as number two to Nelson Piquet at Williams and then ... Ferrari kept Alain Prost as lead driver and replaced the departed Mansell with Jean Alesi, a young driver who had impressed at Tyrrell ... Benetton began the season with two experienced Brazilian drivers Roberto Moreno and triple world champion Nelson Piquet ...
... I Wanna Date a Race Car Driver was a reality television show on Speed Channel ... for dates with racing stars, like NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series driver Jon Wood, and not for their hand in marriage ...
... McLaren, having lost iconic driver Ayrton Senna, promoted Mika Häkkinen to team leader and brought in experienced Martin Brundle ... The team's Dutch test-driver, Jos Verstappen, and Johnny Herbert also drove for the team during the season ... Ferrari retained their 1993 driver line-up of Jean Alesi and Gerhard Berger ...
More definitions of "driver":
- (noun): (computer science) a program that determines how a computer will communicate with a peripheral device.
Synonyms: device driver
- (noun): A golfer who hits the golf ball with a driver.
- (noun): A golf club (a wood) with a near vertical face that is used for hitting long shots from the tee.
Synonyms: number one wood
- (noun): Someone who drives animals that pull a vehicle.
Famous quotes containing the word driver:
“God help the horse, and the driver too!
And the people and beasts who have never a friend!
For the driver easily might have been you,
And the horse be me by a different end!
And nobody knows how their days will cease!
And the poor, when theyre old, have little of peace!”
—James Kenneth Stephens (18821950)