Hungarian Grand Prix pit stops

Driver Team Pit stop time On lap
1 Jenson Button McLaren 3.582 14
2 Mark Webber Red Bull 3.588 43
3 Sebastian Vettel Red Bull 3.6 15
4 Lewis Hamilton McLaren 3.638 15
5 Rubens Barrichello Williams 3.737 55
6 Kamui Kobayashi Sauber 3.861 16
7 Sebastien Buemi Toro Rosso 4.335 15
8 Fernando Alonso Ferrari 4.63 15
9 Nico H?β??lkenberg Williams 4.718 15
10 Felipe Massa Ferrari 4.983 15
11 Pedro de la Rosa Sauber 5.37 15
12 Vitaly Petrov Renault 5.396 15
13 Jarno Trulli Lotus 5.536 20
14 Lucas di Grassi Virgin 5.598 15
15 Bruno Senna HRT 6.169 15
16 Sakon Yamamoto HRT 6.585 14
17 Vitantonio Liuzzi Force India 9.463 14
18 Timo Glock Virgin 9.576 15
19 Michael Schumacher Mercedes 10.663 15
20 Robert Kubica* Renault 10.817 22
21 Heikki Kovalainen Lotus 11.084 15
22 Nico Rosberg Mercedes 12.67 15
23 Lucas di Grassi Virgin 17.212 16
24 Robert Kubica Renault 106.076 15

*Stop/go penalty

The FIA only lists the total time spent in pit lane for each car ?σΤιΌΤΗ£ 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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14 comments on Hungarian Grand Prix pit stops

  1. anyone notice .. Ferrari are losing more than a second to mclaren in their pit stops.. could be decisive going ahead

    • I think it is McLaren that have improved their own pit stops. Earlier in the season they were quite slow.

      Although remember they only had one car to pit at the safety car. Button came in a lap ealier, so there was less pressure.

  2. disjunto said on 1st August 2010, 19:00

    only 106s for kubica…

    mclaren seem to have really upped their game with pit stops recently

  3. Cube said on 1st August 2010, 19:43

    Woah, 106seconds…….. XD

  4. US_Peter said on 1st August 2010, 20:58

    Looks like McLaren have finally sorted out their super slow pit stops…

  5. HounslowBusGarage (@hounslowbusgarage) said on 1st August 2010, 21:17

    I don’t understand.
    Why isn’t Adrian Sutil in the list? He should be listed even though retiring in the pits.

  6. Craig said on 2nd August 2010, 10:25

    Those times are weird.

    I just checked the replay, Alonso’s pit-stop lasted more than 5 sec!

  7. TrueF1Grit said on 4th August 2010, 22:39

    Longest pitstop in History?

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