Watch: Don't blink! World's fastest pit stop clocks in at 1.92 seconds

Pit stops are often nothing but a frenzy of to the naked eye, a couple of seconds and the vehicle is off again.

In what is one of the greatest pieces of choreography in sport, Williams takes things to another level here changing four tires in under two seconds.

This pit stop at the Grand Prix of Europe in Azerbaijan clocked in at just 1.92 seconds from start to finish, tying their own previously set record mark.

The top time was previously a stop by Red Bull driver Mark Webber in the 2013 United States Grand Prix, also in the record time of 1.92 seconds.

Williams has produced the fastest pit stop time at all eight Grand Prix events so far in 2016.

- NZ Herald

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