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Trackside also offers touch-enabled data that gives the crew chief and driver insight and analysis on timing and scoring data versus competitors, allowing a team to determine if the right adjustments have been made to the car or what adjustments may need to be made.
Tacota LeMuel, the dedicated crew chief of the Thunderbirds No.
Byline: Maury Brown John Hirschbeck will serve as the crew chief for the 106th World Series and will be behind the plate for Game One of the 2010 Fall Classic, it was announced on Tuesday.
Meanwhile, the senior crew chief, standing in the crew door, directed the other crew chief to go to the cockpit and assist the pilots in securing the dome lights.
There is no substitute for being out there on that ramp in the middle of the night in the driving rain with your head up there in that engine bay with that crew chief saying, "Tell me what you're doing, son.
After exchanging notes, a Crew Chief allowed the Sailor to brake check an F-15.
What can you gain by having your crew chief or second crewman up and about in the aircraft troubleshooting an emergency at low altitude?
According to one IATSE rule, if a particular department, electricians say, is required in the theater for a specific "work call," then the crew chiefs of all departments also must be called.