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04-23-2013, 06:48 PM #1
gR5™ Co-Pilot :: Pilot WANTED Thread: Come in and find a Team Mate!If you are looking for a Co-Pilot or if you are interested in being a Co-Pilot for gR Rally 5 please post here. Make the connection and get registered for the rally. We have another incredible week planned so make that match and let's get going! FUN TIME!!! Email me if you have anymore questions : [email protected] For rally details and pricing go to Download Center - goldrushrally
04-23-2013, 07:35 PM #2
My name is John and I would love to be someone's Co-Pilot for GR5
I've had a lot of experience navigating for these rallies as I usually do them with my father, however he won't be able to attend GR5 because of other plans.
I have done Three Targa Trophies as a navigator including the 3 day California 1000 in which we placed fourth.
I'd love to do goldRush as well, if anyone's interested let me know
I'm sure Aimee can vouch for me as well
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04-24-2013, 03:32 AM #3
Hello all! And thanks to Aimee for her never ending hard work and dedication to her passion and love for .... well, cars! ;-)
I did the original gR back in 09! I was a co-pilot for Dr. Mike (never met him before gR) in his Black 06 Gallardo. We had a bunch in common, and had a great time! It was a blast, and I really intended to do every year that followed. Without going into specifics, lets just say.. sh!t happens, and I was never able to really make it happen and commit since the very first gR in 09.
I've owned and driven many exotics, and would be interested in co-piloting once again. I would most likely be able to do the entire rally, but could also entertain doing one of either the East or West coast legs. I recently saw Aimee post where someone was looking for a co-pilot in a gorgeous yellow 458 Italia.
Anyone out there looking for someone can contact me via PM, or ask Aimee or Raw for referral.
~TommyEARNED, AND NOT GIVEN....
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04-26-2013, 02:17 AM #4Junior Member
- Join Date
- Apr 2013
- Madison, Wisconsin
Its been years in the making and I've finally gotten to the point where the GR5 Rally is within my capabilities. Some background about my self before cars. Over the last few years I've been all over the country doing Business Sales, College, and Internships . During that time my travels have taken me from Los Angeles too Orlando Florida for my Marketing Internship with Disney and all the way back here to Wisconsin.
Some interesting facts about myself, I've played Hockey for almost 19yrs and been an avid Speedskater for about 8yrs. After I graduated I left for Europe and ran Track and Field with USA European Tour Team in London England, Dover United Kingdom, Paris France, Zurich Switzerland, Lausanne Switzerland, Innsburck Austria, and Frankfort Germany. As Part of the USA Track and Field Team we had access to many parts of Europe that were not open to the general public. In Switzerland I drove my first Lamborghini Diablo, In Los Angeles I drove my frist Aston Martin DB9 and just the other day I was behind the wheel of a Nissan Skyline GT-R at 184mph. These are just a small facet of the vehicles that I've driven. Though I've never own'd an Exotic Supercar my skills behind the wheel and my thrill for excitement outweigh everything else. I hold a perfect drivers liscnese with zero moving violations and full points. Also I am fully covered by Gieco insurance.
With all this being said I have full availablity for the GR5 Rally and would be happy to assist any and all drivers that are in need of a skilled and exciting co-pilot. If anyone needs any info please contact me directly through email or phone. Thank you all for your consideration and I look forward to meeting you all shortly.
P.S Thank you Aimee for thats great opportunity.
04-26-2013, 02:49 AM #5Junior Member
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- Apr 2013
Hello my name is TJ. ive never participated in a rally before, but theres a first time for everything. I can do the entire event or segment. It would be my honor to co pilot for somebady.
04-26-2013, 03:03 AM #6
I might be looking for another person on a bike to do the St louis to chicago route...JEEP: The dirtiest of the four-letter words
04-28-2013, 05:24 AM #7
Figure i'd put this out there as a last resort...I'm looking for a co-pilot.
I am only doing the West Coast leg of the trip.
You MUST be from the Bay Area. PM/hit the inbox if serious.
We can meet/discuss at a local Starbucks for a F2F as well.
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04-30-2013, 07:46 AM #8
Make it happen guys! It's so worth it I promise!
05-02-2013, 08:19 PM #9
Interested in co-piloting if the opportunity is right. I am in Los Angeles if anyone wants to meet up to discuss..One Life, One Chance
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05-03-2013, 11:18 AM #10
Shoot me a PM LovinLife.
@Kenny - On the off chance that what you said was true, I'd like to be straightforward with you a little as well. Your post count suggests you haven't been very active in this forum and although you may be coming from a genuine standpoint, this is the internet after all. Nobody in here knows you well enough to know if they can consider taking you even if they could pay for you. Your love for cars is great but there has to be something you provide as an active member of your community, doesn't have to be money. Life isn't all about having money (some might disagree) but that's another story. You're on the right track though. You've figured out what you enjoy doing daily. I encourage you to find any field of work in the auto industry that won't feel like work because you enjoy it. It doesn't even have to be in the auto industry and soon you'll be posting in here looking for your own co-pilot, I'm sure of it. Unfortunately, at this point in time a member in here would be risking quite a bit by inviting you to join them on GRV. No real knowledge of who you are, what you are, or if you actually come from where you say you're located.
P.S. Take a look around this forum and you'll find some great people willing to guide you and support you on your future endeavors. Keep your head up!
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