There are several reasons why a pitstop complaint might be important. First, the mechanics must respond within 0.15 seconds. Second, if they respond faster, the pitstop system will register the invalid input. And third, the pitstop system must determine whether the input is a human response, or an illegal automated response anticipating a future event. Finally, the pitstop button must be pressed a second time to complete the action.
If the driver doesn’t have enough time, it could be dangerous to hold his car for two tenths of a second. And a driver has to judge his gap correctly, so the new directive may actually slow down pitstops. The FIA has introduced a new technical directive to slow Red Bull’s pace, but the rule doesn’t seem to be thought out. But it will still be an effective way to keep cars running on the track.
In the meantime, pitstop users should read up on the company’s policies before sending any money or submitting documents. One major problem is the lack of a list of Pitstop employees on their website. Because of this, there is little guidance or protection from being scammed. Pitstop employees should be made available on their website, so customers can find out what their rights are before sending any funds. However, it’s difficult to find an employee on the website without knowing how much experience they have.