2019 brought out the weaknesses of the top three teams, so I'm very curious as to how they manage them for 2020.Jeez, 102 days seems so far away.
Especially with no real news that is still unknown for next season.
The only real change up is at Williams yeah? Every other driver is confirmed (and staying the same) right?
And also no big changes for cars or rules as far as I know.
I'm just waiting for 2021 at this point lol.
And for that, he got his custom 600LT Maybe, that was agreed upon before his 2019 performance, but he's mighty impressive! Can't help but consider Macca back in the top teams again once they get Merc engines.Here's a fun metric. Even if Lando scored zero points, McLaren would've still been 4th in the Constructors' with Sainz a lot. Dude had such a good year.
Damn, so that means Williams is basically racing for free!Wow, never knew about this rule, but really?
Mercedes' success in its record-breaking 2019 Formula 1 season means it must pay its highest-ever FIA entry fee for next year, despite scoring fewer points than in '16www.autosport.com
...and Red Bull Aston Martin will be no more. Red Bull Honda sounds good to me!Papa Stroll looking at buying a controlling stake in Aston Martin. If that happens, Racing Point will be rebranded and we'll see a splash of British Racing Green on the grid! I want him to do it, purely for the aesthetics. Could also be an entry point for Aston Martin themselves to potentially get back into F1.
That's a good point! I'd also much rather see Red Bull Honda. Oh yeah, STR will now be Alpha Tauri. Poor Brundle and Crofty will now have extra work when referring to Alfa and Alpha......and Red Bull Aston Martin will be no more. Red Bull Honda sounds good to me!