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Red Bull back in action: Pit stops expected to be slower in 2022

Pit stops are expected to become even slower in 2022. According to Auto, Motor und Sport the teams are struggling with the extra weight of the tyre, but the cap for the tyre would also cause problems. The new tyre from Pirelli In mid 2021, new regulations were introduced to make pit stops safer. At Red Bull Racing they think they were made slower by the competition and they succeeded. Red Bull had much more trouble with the stops with the new regulations and made some big mistakes. However, for 2022 Red Bull, like all the other teams, will have to adapt again. Read more Are Mercedes experiencing reliability problems due to engine upgrade? In 2022, the new aerodynamic regulations are...
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