Red Bull and Mercedes share fastest pit-stop times
After 17 races of the 2011 season, there have been a total of 988 pit stops in race conditions. To compare pit crew performance, an analysis of average stop times (excluding repair stops and stops under the safety car) puts Red Bull and Mercedes in equal first place, followed by McLaren (+0.3s), Force India (+0.4s) and Ferrari (+0.5s). Bringing up the rear are Virgin (+1.6s) and HRT (+3.2s).
Don't worry Seb, even in the very unlikely event that you break something, we have spares for everything on the car. In fact Adrian tells me we have so many spare parts, we could actually make a second car out of them.
Seems your pit crew's motor skills are still in development. Surely if there's one thing you loser teams could be expected to be reasonably competitive at, it would be wheel changing. I've seen it done quicker on the side of a motorway.
Everyone with a severe brain impediment at least. Anyway forget that "braking" stuff Ambrosia, brakes only make you go slower, none of the top drivers ever use them. You'll go, ahem... a long way without them.