With the drivers’ and constructors’ championships already decided ahead of the Brazilian Grand Prix, Red Bull could probably have been forgiven for ‘phoning in’ the penultimate race of the season.
They did no such thing, with Max Verstappen winning impressively. The engineers showed their talents, again, though, as they smashed their own world record for the fastest pitstop in Formula 1 history - clocking a stoppage at just 1.82 seconds.
This betters the previously record, also held by Red Bull, which was achieved earlier this season with a time of 1.88 seconds.
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