Can A Professional Pit Crew Really Screw Up This Badly?

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This Ferrari definitely deserved better treatment.

Eversince we were kids, one of the most exciting parts of moto racing was watchingthose precious few seconds when a car leaves the race – entering the pit stopfor the ultimate servicing that would have taken your mechanic three days tocomplete. Watching these crews work in perfect harmony, when every secondcounts, is one of the best shows of professional teamwork. But what happenswhen one of the players drops the ball? And what if that ball just happens tobe a Ferrari 458 GT2?

At the very height of the 2015 Tudor United SportsCar Championship, there couldn't have been a worse outcome for this team. But with so many players involved, who really was to blame? Check out the video and decide for yourself:

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