German Grand Prix pit stops

Mercedes continue to post some of the fastest pit stops this year with Nico Rosberg and Michael Schumacher enjoying the fastest stops in the German Grand Prix.

Here are the fastest pit stops during the German Grand Prix:

Driver Team Pit stop time On lap
1 Nico Rosberg Mercedes 3.992 24
2 Michael Schumacher Mercedes 4.052 14
3 Mark Webber Red Bull 4.06 13
4 Vitaly Petrov Renault 4.147 23
5 Robert Kubica Renault 4.168 17
6 Sebastian Vettel Red Bull 4.348 12
7 Jenson Button McLaren 4.461 22
8 Vitantonio Liuzzi Force India 4.693 62
9 Kamui Kobayashi Sauber 4.702 15
10 Pedro de la Rosa Sauber 4.961 51
11 Fernando Alonso Ferrari 5.024 13
12 Felipe Massa Ferrari 5.136 14
13 Nico H???lkenberg Williams 5.184 34
14 Lewis Hamilton McLaren 5.204 14
15 Vitantonio Liuzzi Force India 5.259 5
16 Sakon Yamamoto HRT 5.522 17
17 Jaime Alguersuari Toro Rosso 5.65 25
18 Rubens Barrichello Williams 5.823 14
19 Bruno Senna HRT 5.882 39
20 Bruno Senna HRT 5.962 21
21 Adrian Sutil Force India 6.265 4
22 Timo Glock Virgin 7.472 52
23 Heikki Kovalainen Lotus 8.006 24
24 Adrian Sutil Force India 8.905 34
25 Pedro de la Rosa Sauber 11.089 58
26 Adrian Sutil Force India 11.523 1
27 Jaime Alguersuari Toro Rosso 15.765 1
28 Vitantonio Liuzzi Force India 19.916 1
29 Jarno Trulli Lotus 169.78 2

The FIA only lists the total time spent in pit lane for each car ?ǣ it does not produce complete data on the stationary times for every pit stop. The times above therefore reflect the total time lost by each car during its pit stop, minus the typical pit lane time loss for this track. It shows not only how quickly the team performed the tyre change (typically around three seconds), but also how well the driver stopped on his mark and accelerated away again.

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17 comments on German Grand Prix pit stops

  1. Sami said on 26th July 2010, 15:27

    Finally , i saw the name of Michael schumacher in the first position.

  2. Sami said on 26th July 2010, 15:30

    By the way, where is Rosberg

  3. Patrick said on 26th July 2010, 15:38

    Why is Nico Rosberg missing from this list? I think he pitted on lap 25 in a pretty respectable time (and certainly quicker than 169.78 seconds!)

  4. nick said on 26th July 2010, 15:59

    nico hulkenburg did 2.9 sec pitstop at germany
    heres the pic

    • Thanks for the screenshot, I remember seeing it during the race. Now the question is which figure is wrong?

      • Keith Collantine (@keithcollantine) said on 26th July 2010, 17:34

        Neither is wrong. Read the last paragraph again.

        • But if I understand correctly the way in which the pit-stop times are measured are the same – tv feed (as shown in the screenshot above) says 2,9 seconds. This list shows that pitstop was done at 5,18 seconds. In a sport as precise as Formula 1 where the difference between pole position and second place was 0,002 seconds that is HUGE margin of error.

          • Keith Collantine (@keithcollantine) said on 26th July 2010, 21:59

            You haven’t understood correctly. I can’t really spell it out more clearly than I have in the article – this is not a list of stoppage times for each pit stop because no such list is compiled by the FIA.

  5. Nick said on 26th July 2010, 16:04

    Do the teams allocate each driver with their own pit crew, or does it depend on who enters the pits at whatever lap that determines which driver gets which crew? If they do have their own crew then Hamiltons lot need to sort themselves out, they’ve been pretty poor all season.

  6. Tango said on 26th July 2010, 16:26

    Brawn still knows how to forge a team. Give him a new genius lead designer and with his professionalism and the Mercedes funding and he will be very dangerous

  7. Eric said on 26th July 2010, 17:06

    personally i think Ferrari and McLaren should sack there pit crews considering how much money is spent on making the cars go faster, if they cant beat 4sec, im sure someone else would do a better job.

  8. US_Peter (@us_peter) said on 26th July 2010, 19:20

    Mercedes has pretty consistently had some of the fastest standing pit stops this year. I think the on screen graphic showed one under 3 seconds this weekend.

  9. Alex' said on 26th July 2010, 20:53

    Don’t Forget that BrawnGP was the constructor world champion last year, so they have the first garage..
    I think it help a lot

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