Red Bull F1 racing team set a new world record by changing all the four tires within 1.88 seconds.
In German Grand Prix, Red Bull F1 racing team creates history by setting a new world record for fastest Formula one Pit stop.
Red Bull F1 racing team changed all the four tires within 1.88 seconds, according to official timings.
Red Bull F1 racing team changed all the tires of race winner Max Verstappen’s car. Max Emilian Verstappen is a Belgian-Dutch racing driver. Max Verstappen pulled into his pit box for a four-tire change, on the lap 46. Red Bull mechanics break their own record.
Two weeks ago, Red Bull mechanics changed the tire of French driver Pierre Gasly’s car within 1.91 seconds at the British Grand Prix.
Formula One’s logistics partner DHL holds an annual fastest Pit stop award with points accrued over the season. Dutch driver Max Verstappen secure the number one position at Hockenheim over the weekend.
Red Bull F1 racing team’s boss Christian Horner sent chief mechanic Phil Turner up to the podium to collect the winning constructor’s trophy.
“The pit stop crew were unbelievable today,” said Horner. The next Formula One race is on August 4.