"McLaren is aiming to achieve two-second pitstop as 'standard' in the 2013 Formula 1 season.
The team set a record four-tyre-change time of 2.3 seconds on Jenson Button's car during this
year's German Grand Prix. Asked by AUTOSPORT if pitstop times were now near the limit of
physical possibility, McLaren sporting director Sam Michael replied:
"They are, but it's not hard enough at this point that we can't see a lot of things to change.
"We'll be really busy this winter taking the next step along that idea."
Sergio Perez wrote:My target is to win the championship already next year
raymondu999 wrote:With the prospect of a field tighter than 2012 (thanks to regulations staying stable, thus squeezing the field together) and with Perez's qualifying record (even since junior formulae) I don't think he'll be dominating qualifying any time soon
KATO wrote:His race pace far exceedes his qualifying pace
raymondu999 wrote:KATO wrote:His race pace far exceedes his qualifying pace
His, or the Sauber's? That is the big question.
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