Top 10 Fastest Pit Stops In F1 History

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10. Ayrton Senna

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a Brazilian racing driver who won the Formula One World Drivers' Championship in 1988, 1990, and 1991.

9. Valtteri Bottas

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Vettel clinched her third pole of the season at the Brazilian Grand Prix and followed it with a fourth pole position and a third victory in Abu Dhabi.

8.Lewis Hamilton

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And on the other hand, one of the most important athletes of the moment, Hamilton, showed his talent on the track.

7. Kimi Raikkonen

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Currently, most cars make their pit stops about three seconds apart. After crossing the 2,20 second mark, Kimi's pit stop did something rare in 2018.

6. Sebastien Vettel

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In addition, Jean-Louis Vittel won four consecutive world championships between 2010 and 2013.

5.Mark Webber

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We continued with the old medium compound tires at the front and rear, and we continued with the new hard tires.

4. Felipe Massa

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The 1,92 second time made this pit memorable for F1 fans for an extended period.

3. Pierre Gasly

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They banged their fists and patted each other on the helmet, so they knew they had done a great job after Grasly was gone in just 1,91 seconds.

2. Max Verstappen

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In just 1,88 seconds, Verstappen returned to the track and took the lead from Lance Stroll after just a few meters.

1. Max Verstappen

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In the race at Interlagos his mechanics also earned some praise after becoming the pit crew fastest in F1 history.