Mercedes broke own pitstop record in Chinese GP

The move to bigger wheels and tyres as part of the 2017 rule package slowed pitstops from the start of last season.However, in Shanghai, Mercedes demonstrated that is now back where it was in 2016, despite problems with unsafe releases up and down the pitlane leading to some teams taking a slightly more cautious approach.In China, Bottas went for the undercut on Vettel when he came ... Keep reading