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Monday, September 16, 2013
The record for the fastest pit stop in Formula One history was broken not once but five times in Malaysia earlier this year.
Back in the early 1990s, fast F1 pit stops were timed at around 4.5 seconds. The fastest even closed in on 4.1 seconds – but anything close to halving that would simply have been unimaginable.
Mark Webber’s Red Bull was stationary for just 2.05 seconds when it had all four wheels changed on lap 19 of the Malaysian Grand Prix.
“It’s possible this season we’ll see the magical two-second barrier breached at some point,” said the team.
“However, rather than chasing individual times, improving consistency is always the thing coveted by the crew: breaking records is merely the consequence of doing that well.”