There’s no slowing Max Verstappen, but Red Bull Racing’s crews rival with their driver when it comes to being blindingly fast.
For the third time this season, the boys from Milton Keynes established a new world record on the pitlane, servicing Verstappen’s car in an amazing 1.82 seconds, lowering their own benchmark established at Hockenheim earlier this year by 0.06s!
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The lightning fast, coordinated and flawless exercise was the team’s eighth DHL Fastest Pit Stop award for 2019, allowing Red Bull to wrap up the contest for the year, beating Williams, with one race to spare.
“As a team you always try and make everything perfect,” said Verstappen.
“I focus on my job, and the team also try to do a perfect job in the pits and on the strategy, and clearly today it worked out pretty perfectly.”
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Check out the video of the Red Bull crew’s 1.82s prowess.
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