Definition of undercutNew Word Suggestion
To take an early pit-stop in order to pass another car on the track by making use of the fresh tyres to go faster.
Hamilton is pitting early to try to make the undercut on Vettel. NB The term has been used in Formula 1 for some 8 years now.
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