Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by RaceDepartment, Apr 3, 2013.
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" top 10 finishes from the off." is that a typo? Mods may remove this comment.
I think it's a British phrase, meaning 'from the start' (of the season). Much like saying 'and they're off' at the start of a race.
Nope he was aiming for top ten finishes from the off... (aiming to finish in the top ten spots from the start of the season )
Us crazy brits lol
Sounds funny, wasn't sure, thanks, i got now one phrase more in my vocabulary. I've heard "they're off" hundreds of times, somehow associated it for present action, something that happens right now.
I find it amazing how Maldonado can go from saying this in pre-season testing to this after Australia.
This should clear up some of the problems they have,
Car is great sometimes but other times it´s unpredictable and unstable and gives no confidence to the drivers.
The need to sort out the exhaust and they should be back on track,
Smells like turbulence.
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