one of my co-driver friends has been doing serious fitness training for the last few years so he doesn't get winded during tire changes and pushing. granted it's only Class 11 and the tires are lighter, but they end up do a lot of pushing/recovery work, while the driver stays in the car. I can see people doing interval/weight training just to minimize the tire change time. BTW, we got first at the last B1K and all that fitness training certainly had an effect in their section, because they got stuck several times and had flats.Over the years I've been hearing of tires changes during a race "on course" being done in under 2 minutes by usually just the co driver. Is this the acceptable standard I need to include in my resume for a right seat position? If so please include helicopter, in car or other videos that you may have both in practice and real time so I can compare my times.
Disclaimer: This is mainly for my viewing enjoyment and probably others as well and I'm not looking for seat time either unless my arm gets bent in an uncomfortable position. Please refrain from posting about "his belts weren't even on all the way when they took off" because that's been covered before. I just want to see it for myself as the finish line interviews always have some great times announced to the world.