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F1 Pit Stops – 1950 Versus 2013

June 14, 2017 - By Dan, Founder.

COMMENT ON THIS VIDEO BY WENDY LAMBOURNE, DIRECTOR, LEGITIMATE LEADERSHIP

Leaders, unlike managers, are relentless in defining, reimagining and realising human excellence

One of the ways they do this is by continuously raising the bar in terms of both behavioural and performance standards. They make a core part of their job the setting of high standards, demonstrating these standards themselves, enabling their people to aspire and achieve the current standard, and then raising the standard yet again.

How else did the those leading the pitstop changeover teams in Formula 1 reduce changeover time from 67 seconds in 1950 to under 3 seconds in 2013?

View the video to see how the bar has been raised since 1950 for Formula 1 pitstops.

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