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Red Bull also beaten by McLaren in the pit lane

Nine times out of ten it is Red Bull Racing with the fastest pit stop on Sunday at a Grand Prix, but in Italy it was McLaren who managed to change four tyres the fastest. The dubious honour of the slowest pit stop does go to Red Bull. Verstappen's first and only pit stop took over eleven seconds, making it by far the slowest Red Bull pit stop of the season. With Sergio Perez 's pit stop the Austrian team had their act together a lot better. Red Bull's pit crew conceded just nine hundredths of a second to McLaren's fastest time. Read more Perez: 'In terms of the penalty we had hoped for a broader view' That the team of Verstappen and Perez will win the classification is now a certainty....
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