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What F1 team will improve most

What F1 team will improve the most in 2021

5.71% (2)
Mercedes
5.71% (2)
Red bull
25.71% (9)
Mclaren
2.86% (1)
Racing point (Aston Martin)
0% (0)
Renault (alpine)
28.57% (10)
Ferrari
2.86% (1)
Alphatauri
8.57% (3)
Alfa romeo
2.86% (1)
HAAS
17.14% (6)
Williams
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medal 5256
11 days ago
I am writing this because I reckon the order could change for 2021.


This could mainly be with the Ferrari engined teams improving and Williams form improving and starting to get points again. Also with focus going into 2022 cars you could see some teams fully focusing on 2022 and not this year's car.


Please also put in the replies what you think the order would be and who would win the WDC.

Here my guess

1. Mercedes

2. Red bull

3. Ferrari

4. Mclaren

5. Aston Martin

6. Renault

7. Alphatauri

8. Williams

9. Alfa Romeo

10. HAAS

WDC will be Hamilton

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medal 5363 MODERATOR
11 days ago
Team's championship prediction:
1. Mercedes 
2. Red Bull
3. McLaren 
4. Aston Martin
5. Ferrari 
6. Alpha Tauri 
7. Alpine 
8. Alpha Romeo 
9. Williams 
10. Haas 

Driver's championship top 10 prediction
1. Hamilton
2. Bottas 
3. Verstappen 
4. Perez 
5. Ricciardo
6. Vettel
7. Norris
8. Leclerc
9. Sainz
10. Stroll
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medal 5256
11 days ago (Last edited by William Kitterick 11 days ago)
Seems quite reasonable connor 👍👍👍
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medal 5642
10 days ago
I expect mclaren to actually lose some pace, both relative to last year and competitors this year. To design basically a whole new car around the merc engine in a limited time frame with limited spending and resources is a monumental challenge, I'll be very surprised if they got it right
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medal 5256
9 days ago

Boris
I expect mclaren to actually lose some pace, both relative to last year and competitors this year. To design basically a whole new car around the merc engine in a limited time frame with limited spending and resources is a monumental challenge, I'll be very surprised if they got it right



Never thought of that but it's quite likely to happen
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medal 5414
9 days ago

William
I am writing this because I reckon the order could change for 2021.


This could mainly be with the Ferrari engined teams improving and Williams form improving and starting to get points again. Also with focus going into 2022 cars you could see some teams fully focusing on 2022 and not this year's car.


Please also put in the replies what you think the order would be and who would win the WDC.

Here my guess

1. Mercedes

2. Red bull

3. Ferrari

4. Mclaren

5. Aston Martin

6. Renault

7. Alphatauri

8. Williams

9. Alfa Romeo

10. HAAS

WDC will be Hamilton




Constructors Titel:

1.Mercedes
2.Red Bull
3.Aston Martin
4.McLaren 
5.Alpha Tauri
6.Ferrari
7.Alpine
8.Alfa Romeo
9.Williams
10.Haas

Drivers Top10:
1.Hamilton
2.Verstappen
3.Perez
4.Bottas
5.Vettel
6.Riccardo
7.Gasly
8.Norris
9.Stroll
10.Leclerc
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medal 5192
9 days ago
Mercedes
Red Bull
McLaren
Alpine
Aston Martin
AlphaTauri
Ferrari
Alfa Romeo
Williams
Haas

Hamilton
Verstappen
Perez
Riccardo
Bottas (After midseason sacking)
Norris
Russell (after midseason transfer)
Alonso
Stroll
Ocon

Call me controversial 😅🙈
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medal 5457
9 days ago
CONSTRUCTORS
1) Mercedes
2) Red Bull
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3) Ferrari
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4) Aston Martin
5) McLaren
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6) Alpine
7) Alpha Tauri
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8) Alfa Romeo
9) Williams
10) Haas

DRIVERS:
1) Hamilton
2) Verstappen
3) Bottas
4) Perez
5) Leclerc
6) Sainz
7) Vettel
8) Ricciardo
9) Norris
10) Stroll
11) Alonso
12) Gasly
13) Ocon
14) Tsunoda
15) Giovinazzi
16) Raikonnen
17) Russell
18) Schumacher
19) Latifi
20) Mazepin
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medal 5213
3 days ago
I actually notice that maybe Perez will be quite far down as he needs to get used to the car and this Is the same with Tsnoda, Mazapin and schmi 
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