Pit stops compared then and now

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Pit stops compared then and now

Post by scimjim » Tue May 20, 2014 7:36 pm

1950 pit stop (4 people allowed to work on the car) versus 2013 (I counted 23 people)



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Re: Pit stops compared then and now

Post by ScimmyMike » Tue May 20, 2014 10:35 pm

If they want to spice up the racing do as Le Mans do and limit the numbers of people working on a car at a time, then let's see who prefers the harder tyres :lol: :lol: oh and whilst they are about it lets also lose this stupid need to use both compounds rule :w


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