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Coulthard calls for two pit boxes per team

– David Coulthard believes that Formula 1 teams should be allowed to use two pit boxes in future seasons.The ex-Formula 1 driver has made the claim in the wake of the Monaco Grand Prix, during which a Safety Car period forced most teams to stack their drivers to avoid losing crucial time by completing another lap.It is a challenge that teams have faced for many years, but Coulthard reckons it can be easily solved."This has fallen on deaf ears before, but I think we should have two pit boxes, because otherwise it neutralises the inter-team battle as it benefits the guy in front," said Coulthard in his latest column for The Telegraph."If you want to see a true battle of...
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