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The Lesser Known Race: Every Second Counts For F1 Pit Crews

During a Grand Prix weekend, the circuit is constantly being used: for F1, driver parades and exhibitions, and support races. It's the ultimate place to be for a racing fanatic, as there's never a dull moment. But perhaps the race that is least prominent in Formula One is the battle to be the fastest in the pit lane. And this year teams are under more pressure than ever before to hone their ability to perform a pit stop in the quickest possible time. Much like for the drivers and aerodynamicists, shaving every last fraction of a second from the time is crucial for F1's pit crews, to the extent that even the slightest of delays during a pit stop could decide the outcome of a race. This year sees the banning of refuelling during a Grand Prix,...

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