sergey.alexandrov
What does ROLL mean in these examples? Roll over? Esp. with @be off on the first fast [email protected]? I woke with some panic thinking how would the MINI handle with the stiffer suspension, would we be off on the first fast bend? Would we roll?” But what should have been at the top of his worry chart that morning wasn’t something only a race car driver would wake up and ask himself, like Will I roll?, but rather something plenty of us probably forget to ask ourselves before heading out the door: Did I remember my glasses?
Jul 29, 2014 5:59 AM
Answers · 3
It means to roll over/turn over onto its roof. He is a racing car driver. He is worried he will roll the car while taking the first corner if there is something wrong with the suspension.
July 29, 2014
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