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Wyatt Knox, Special Projects Director at the Team O'Neil Rally School, is a true technician behind the steering wheel. Wyatt explains the different techniques he teaches to special operations personnel, including the pit maneuver, driving in reverse at high speeds, and taking over when the driver goes down.

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