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At this point it is the big question everyone is asking. Where are each team? There appears to be only consensus on the indication that Mercedes and Red Bull play in one league, Haas and Williams in another league, and that the rest is an abundant midfield that is almost impossible to classify. And depending on who answers, such as AlphaTauri, there is no difference between the Central Region and the Haas-Williams duo.
Red Bull, the homework is done
Although every fan has their own ranking, this is amazing because it was implemented by Formula 1 itself, taking as a data source pre-season tests but not only sticking to times, but also adding positive and negative points to each team.
The promoter agrees that Red Bull is the best-prepared after the test, ahead of Mercedes, just as he cited McLaren as the best in the midfield despite the lower miles accumulated. There is also a majority in referring to Haas as the worst team that Williams has closely followed. But from the fourth to the eighth, it seems impossible to agree.
Formula 1 clinched the Alpine team as the fourth best team, putting them ahead of Ferrari. Those from Maranello follow AlphaTauri, just before Aston Martin, the team that has run into many problems, and with Alfa Romeo in eighth place, despite long promising spells as well as impressive qualifying laps.
- Red Bull
- Aston Martin
- Alfa Romeo
In just a few days we will cast off doubts and see how right or wrong they are in Formula 1 with their analyzes.
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