Red Bull Claim Pit Stop World Record During Malaysian GP

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Red Bull Claim Pit Stop World Record During Malaysian GP
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A Formula 1 pitstop could take less than two seconds this season, according to world champions Red Bull who belatedly claimed a record of 2.05 seconds for their exploits at Sepang recently. The British-based team said they had beaten McLaren’s previous record of 2.31 seconds, set in Germany last year, on five separate occasions at last month’s controversial Malaysian Grand Prix.

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