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Croft explains origins of famous F1 catchphrase

David Croft has explained how he came up with his F1 catchphrase Sky Sports F1 commentator David Croft has explained where his famous 'lights out and away we go' catchphrase came from. Croft heads the Sky's commentary team, a feed picked up by Australian rights holder Fox Sports. With ex-Formula 1 driver Martin Brundle as co-commentator, Croft has been a staple of the telecast since 2012. F1 catchphrase 'So it was Australia 2012 and I was thinking in the weeks leading up to it, the first race of the season, I need to say something at the start of the race to give me two or three seconds to work out what's happened off the line, and something I could say that I wouldn't have to think...
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