When these guys say they can change your tires in the blink of an eye, they mean that literally.
In a moment that needs to be watched repeatedly to be believed, the Williams Formula 1 team changed four tires in a record-setting 1.92 seconds at the Grand Prix of Europe on June 19.
The pit crew is so fast it almost looks as if they just faked out driver Felipe Massa like, "Yup, you're all set. These are totally not the same tires you've been racing with."
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There is no truth to the rumor that during the offseason the crew is available to wash your car, clean the basement or trim the hedges in a matter of seconds.
Their impressive teamwork resulted in a tire change that is the fastest in Formula 1 racing history, bettering the mark of 2.05 seconds set by the Red Bull team at the Malaysian Grand Prix in 2013.
While the insanely fast tire change was something to behold, it didn't seem to have an impact on the results of the race — Massa ended up finishing in 10th place.
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