Red Bull claim pit stop world record during Malaysian GP 4 April, 2013 Mark Webber pitstop during Malaysian GP A Formula 1 pitstop could take less than two seconds this season, according to world champions Red Bull who belatedly claimed a record of 2.05 seconds for their exploits at Sepang recently. The British-based team said they had beaten McLaren‘s previous record of 2.31 seconds, set in Germany last year, on five separate occasions at last month’s controversial Malaysian Grand Prix. The achievement got little attention at the time, with the main focus on the Red Bull drivers who ended the race barely talking to each other after Sebastian Vettel ignored team instructions and overtook Mark Webber to win. Red Bull said their car data showed stationary times of 2.13 seconds for each driver’s first change of tyres. Webber’s second stop was recorded as 2.05 with his third and fourth stops timed at 2.21 seconds and 2.26 seconds. Sebastian Vettel pitstop at Sepang “There’s always a quicker stop out there, and it’s possible this season we’ll see the magical two second barrier breached at some point,” the team said on their website. Pitstops in Formula One have become almost a blink-and-miss experience since mid-race refuelling was banned in 2010, with teams developing a range of technology to shave off more fractions of a second. Meanwhile Auto Motor und Sport report that McLaren’s best stop in Malaysia was 2.28 seconds – just good enough to beat its old record. Also under McLaren’s old record in Malaysia was the Mercedes crew, who turned around Nico Rosberg in 2.29 seconds. (Reuters) Tweet Related NewsMarko: With a better engine we would be at the top, but we have 80 horsepower deficitFuel flow sensor problems persist for Red Bull in MalaysiaRicciardo: I’m really disappointed, but at the same time there’s a little bit in me which is happyVettel: We have a long way to go, these guys are bloody quick, congratulations to themRed Bull: It’s great to have two guys pushing like they areRicciardo handed 10 place grid penalty for BahrainMarko accuses Rosberg of not using his mirrors in QualifyingVettel shows champion qualities despite early scare to make front rowRed Bull: A great performance from both drivers, beyond our expectationHorner: Personally I think it would be easier to get rid of the fuel flow sensor muddles More bullsh#t from Dead Bull. J Websterr I count 17 people working on the car, an Indy crew can do the same thing with 5 in the same amount of time. Isobel Hi there colleagues, its wonderful post regarding educationand entirely defined, keep it up all the time.