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ty. the problem was that the wheelgun that has a microswitch to turn the lights green, malfunctioned allowing the lights to show the ok, when the wheelman was still trying to refasten the nut (oops, shouldn't say that...kiwi will not be happy).
but I do agree that there are far too many working on the car. but Bernie wants to see a pit competition ,its good for tv! some series use a fixed time for a pit stop, and/or a max of so many on a car. in a way, that makes sense. if all cars have to make a stop, under current rules, does it really matter if all cars take a fixed 30 secs, or unfixed 2.7 secs? it all evens out in the end!