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Boris Johnson changes F1 tyre in 16.5 seconds

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Boris Johnson changes F1 tyre in 16.5 seconds

Boris Johnson changes F1 tyre in 16.5 seconds

Boris Johnson changed the wheel on a Formula 1 car in 16.5 seconds on a visit to Red Bull Racing headquarters in Milton Keynes.

The Red Bull team normally takes 1.8 seconds to change a tyre.

The prime minister drew a parallel with the length of time taken to "change this paralysed parliament".

Report by Jonesia.

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