This Irish amateur rally duo have the most amazing in-car banter
I think we can agree that an incredible amount of skill and attention is required to complete a rally stage. But that didn't stop this Irish pair from exchanging some legendary banter. For those unfamiliar with how rally stages work, it involves the driver listening to the directions of his/her co-driver, who reads from a set of pace notes, giving very little time to chat. Usually.
Neil Hickey and Enda Kennedy decided to make their Carrick Forestry Rally stage a tad more enjoyable with hilarious statements such as "give yer man something to do, look at him with the hands in his pockets" and "mind the big stones now, look at them yokes". Though the video is almost seven years old, it has and will continue to age wonderfully. Just a heads up if watching in public: expletives are uncensored.
The video was uploaded by BlackMSportInCarCams (formerly rallydvds.com). If you are having trouble understanding the Irish accent, there is a subtitled version you can view by clicking here.
I want to do that!
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