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Good teams were doing their stops in around 4 seconds — but they could do better. Mercedes dropped that to 3.4s in 2011, McLaren took it on to 2.32s in 2012, Red Bull lowered that to 2.05 at the start of 2013 and broke the two-second barrier at the end of the season, cycling Mark Webber through the pits at the United States Grand Prix in a startling 1.92 seconds. And then… a pause.

Whenever I think of benchmarking I think about the pit stop crews in the F1 Formula; Always trying to beat the existing best pit stop time…

Ray Antonius Hakim

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