It may look chaotic, but it’s surprisingly efficient and remarkably safe.
There is something fascinating in looking at car disappearing into the depths of the machine.
A Formula One pit stop is much more than just stopping, changing tyres and accelerating away. Absolute precision, perfect teamwork and split-second decisions are needed for a smooth pit stop. Pit stops are possibly the most visual evidence of why Formula One racing is a team sport.
Watch the Williams Racing pit crew turn around the FW38 of Felipe Massa in a blistering 2.27 seconds.
Most of us have very usual cars which rarely catch our attention. But if you really want to stand out of the crowd you need is something that cannot be found in any auto store.
Taller than the Eiffel tower, the Millau Viaduct stands at 1,125ft (343m) making it the tallest bridge in the world.