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Old 12-07-2005, 04:44 PM   #6
nKoan
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Originally Posted by bjorn240
The only way this will happen is if the manufacturer teams ignore the directive and mount the co-driver names on the car, as originally done. I don't think they'll take a stand and do that. I would assume that the manufacturers and ISC made a joint decision to feature the driver's name more prominently.

My thinking is this - the driver knows how important you are. That's all that matters.

- Christian
Monte Carlo 2004, I believe, was the first race to get rid of the names. A few teams (Subaru and Ford IIRC) had their co-driver names still on at the start of the race. They were told to take them off at first service, or face disqualification.

Peugeot had an interesting way around the issue, they put the co-driver name and flag just as big, but on the paint under the rear side window.
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