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in turn nine?
I am reading an article about car racing. I met this sentence.
"Button started in second behind Sebastian Vettel, but when Vettel went onto the grass in turn nine of the first lap, Button made his move."
I don't understand the blue part. Can you say it another easy way, please?
Re: in turn nine?
I don't know if I can say it another way, but I can explain what it means.
Originally Posted by goodsogi
The cars are on a winding racetrack that has at least nine turns. When Vettel's car went off the track and onto the grass at the ninth turn, Button had a chance to get ahead of Vettel and made his move to do so.
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