There's a heck of a lot of intricate little actions that takes place in a pitstop -- all choreographed like a well-drilled dance troupe. But it's really difficult to see, in only the 2.05 seconds it takes for Red Bull to swap all four tyres. Thankfully, that's what slow motion is for, and it's amazing to watch it all happen.
I real time, in a proper pit, the insanely fast 2.05 second record that Red Bull set in April basically looks like the car doesn't actually stop. In reality, all four wheels are swapped, and I wouldn't be surprised if we see a sub-two-second stop soon.