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What makes a successful pitstop?

There is little doubt that pitstops play a crucial role in deciding who comes out of an F1 weekend on top, with the seconds won or lost in the pits often being enough to determine whether a driver gains or loses a position.

But what goes into a successful stop? Over to McLaren's Jenson Button to find out...




Tagged as: Mclaren , Jenson Button , pitstop

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