Williams F1 equals Red Bull's world-record pit stop time
DHL hands out an award for the fastest pit stop at each F1 race, and Williams is yet to be beaten this year. As well as out-gunning the rest of the field at last weekend's European GP, a Williams tire change equaled Red Bull's record for the fastest ever pit stop.
Williams F1 may not have enjoyed much on-track success in 2016, but the British F1 team was no slouch in the pit, managing to change Felipe Massa's tires in just 1.92 seconds, matching Red Bull's 2013 best. Massa could only manage 10th place around the streets of Baku, Azerbaijan, but no blame can be leveled at his pit crew.
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You can see the lightning-quick tire change below.
Video: DHL YouTube