I'm struggling to find an appropriate title for this post...
once upon a time, 'for sure' was introduced as a way of saying 'yes', 'certainly', for racing drivers. I remember Alain Prost was particularly fluent. It is now common parlance with native English speaking racers, and can even replace a casual 'yeah'.
Martin Brundle famously contributed 'nodoubtaboutit' which if used as the trigger in a drinking game can be more dangerous than Mad Men.
I can understand 'Free Practice' becoming 'FP' but 'qually'... No.
However, this has now been topped by 'gapping'. Ugh.