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The NASCAR driver Geoff Bodine. That is all I will tell you, but look it up. Geoff is probably one of the biggest innovators and at the least one of the US bobsled teams biggest supporters.

Or did you mean who in the bobsled is important? In that case every man is important on the sled.

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Q: Who is the most important person in a bobsled team a pusher or brakeman or the driver?
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