Mercedes: Double-stack pit stop hard to practice but ‘useful tool’

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Mercedes trackside engineer Andrew Shovlin says the double-stack pit stop the team used to its benefit in China is a “useful tool” but also a risky game plan.


Mercedes’ Andrew Shovlin says the double-stack pitstop that the team used to its benefit in China is a “useful tool” but one that is rarely exploited.

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