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Red Bull claim pit stop world record during Malaysian GP

4 April, 2013 Mark Webber pitstop during Malaysian GP 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. The achievement got little attention at the time, with the main focus on the Red Bull drivers who ended the race barely talking to each other after Sebastian Vettel ignored team instructions and overtook Mark Webber to win. Red Bull said their car data showed...
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