Winning requires a driver to be both fast and clean. A spotter is more than just a second set of eyes. Drivers need in-moment information to find more performance, navigate traffic, incidents, and track debris.
A spotter expands a driver’s situational awareness beyond what they can see. This is of paramount importance with mixed class traffic, racing into the night and through changing weather conditions.
Knowing what a driver wants to hear and when to share in a clear, concise manner will allow best choices and optimum performance.
Recognizing when a race or stint is getting away from a driver can save positions on track or a Championship-ending incident.