Predict the future champions: 2014–2020

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    Iestyn Davies

    2014 – Alonso, Raikkonen, Vettel, Rosberg, Hamilton.
    2015 – Vettel, Alonso, Hulkenberg, Raikkonen, Hamilton, Rosberg.
    2016 – Rosberg, Hamilton, Vettel, Hulkenberg, da Costa, Grosjean.
    2017 – Hamilton, Hulkenberg, da Costa, Vettel, Rosberg, Di Resta.
    2018 – Hulk, Bianchi, Ham, Vet, Dir,
    2019 – Bianchi, Marciello, Vettel, da Costa.
    2020 – Marciello, Bianchi, da Costa, Vettel.

    Hmm, hard to guess! I can see Ferrari line-ups of Alonso, Hulk; Hulk, Bianchi; Bianchi, Marciello, but obviously they will try to lure Vettel like they did Schumi. Mercedes I feel will stay constant until someone leaves – when they will pick Di Resta. RB – Vet/Ric, Vet/Ver, Vet/daC, McLaren out of it and Lotus only strong with Rai/Gro. They’ll probably get Hulk/Grosjean or Vergne at some point in the future now..



    1. Fernando Alonso
    2. Lewis Hamilton
    3. Sebastian Vettel

    1. Sebastian Vettel
    2. Fernando Alonso
    3. Nico Hulkenberg

    1. Nico Hulkenberg
    2. Sebastian Vettel
    3. Lewis Hamilton

    1. Sebastian Vettel
    2. Nico Hulkenberg
    3. Robin Frijns

    1. Robin Frijns
    2. Kevin Magnussen
    3. Sebastian Vettel

    1. Robin Frijns
    2. Stoffel Vandoorne
    3. Sebastian Vettel

    1. Stoffel Vandoorne
    2. Robin Frijns
    3. Kevin Magnussen


    Ed Marques

    2014: Hamilton
    2015: Hamilton
    2016: Alonso
    2017: Vettel
    2018: Hulkenberg
    2019: Da Costa
    2020: Magnussen



    2014: Lewis Hamilton Mercedes
    2015: Fernando Alonso Ferrari
    2016: Lewis Hamilton Mercedes
    2017: Sebastian Vettel Red Bull
    2018: Sergio Perez McLaren
    2019: Antonio Felix de Costa Red Bull
    2020: Sebastian Vettel Ferrari



    2014 – Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes
    2015 – Kimi Raikkonen, Red Bull
    2016 – Fernando Alonso, Ferrari
    2017 – Sebastian Vettel, Ferrari,
    2018 – Lewis Hamilton, Mclaren Honda
    2019 – Hulkenberg – Red Bull Racing
    2020 – Lewis Hamilton – Mclaren Honda



    Current stock who have not won but could (and hopefully will) are Rosberg, Hulkenburg, Perez, Riccardio & Bianchi.
    Current WDC to snare another are Seb (2013) and Fernando (2014). Button will finish next year, Kimi will be on the mark but not quite and I am not sure why but Lewis seems to me to be poised for just the one title. If the Mercs put a contender on the track I think Nico will be the man and faster (only VERY slightly)- I think he is the most underrated top guy in F1 at the moment (for the record I would like to see Lewis get one more :)

    2014: Alonso- Prancing Horse
    2015: Nico Rosberg- Mercedes
    2016: Nico Hulkenburg- Ferrari
    2017: Sergio Perez- McLaren Honda
    2018: Daniel Riccardio- Ferrari
    2019: Prost Jnr- Alain Prost F1 Racing !! (Ok- this is my long shot LOL)



    2014-Sebastian Vettel, Red Bull
    2015-Sebastian Vettel, Red Bull
    2016-Fernando Alonso, Ferrari (and thus retires from the sport)
    2017-Sebastian Vettel, Red Bull
    2018- Daniel Ricciardo, Red Bull
    2019- Jules Bianchi, Ferrari
    2020- Kevin Magnussen, McLaren ;)


    Antonio Nartea

    2014 – Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes
    2015 – Sebastian Vettel, Red Bull
    2016 – Fernando Alonso, Ferrari
    2017 – Sergio Perez, McLaren
    2018 – Sebastian Vettel, Ferrari
    2019 – Jules Bianchi, Ferrari
    2020 – Antonio Felix Da Costa, Red Bull


    Juan Pablo Heidfeld

    2014: Fernando Alonso, Ferrari
    2015: Jenson Button, McLaren
    2016: Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes
    2017: Antonio Felix da Costa, Red Bull
    2018: Jules Bianchi, Ferrari
    2019: Jules Bianchi, Ferrari
    2020: Lewis Hamilton, McLaren



    @antonio Nartea

    Seb in 2018?? There’s a thought!! I can see Vettel going in two ways: 1) He will win this year and then go for a 5th and retire well under 30 as the “how many could he have won” fella- GREAT all time debate (aka argument starter) OR he wants Michael’s record and will shoot for 8!! He wont do in between!!

    I would say he will go for the latter! But a few of the young guys will stop him from 8 WDC for sure.


    Antonio Nartea

    @Garns: He’ll be 31 at that point, so about Alonso’s age right now. Provided Alonso retires at the end of 2016 and Ferrari lure Vettel to Maranello, he’ll fight for the title and lose in 2017 (accomodation season) and manage get his 6th WDC in 2018, thus placing him right below Schumacher in the record books. He won’t win another WDC as Bianchi will surprisingly beat him to the title in 2019.

    Far fetched or not, that’s a scenario I would like to witness.



    2014: Raikkonen-rbr
    2015: Hamilton-mercedes
    2016: Hamilton-mercedes
    2017: Perez-mclaren honda
    2018: Magnussen – mclaren honda
    2019: Bianchi – ferrari
    2020: Hamilton – Mclaren honda



    @antonio Nartea
    Yes I was not saying he cant be the best in 2018.

    Is Fernando only 31?? Really. The guy has been around forever and IMO is the best man on the grid. For me i love Webber in the fact he has been so competitive in F1 but will admit that Alonso, Hamilton and Vettel has that 2-3% on him-and that is all it takes!!

    Funny- He always says he loves JB (and he does) but Mark does seem himself equal to Jenson as a driver…………………………………………. and I agree !! :)



    2014: Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes
    2015: Sebastian Vettel, Red Bull-Renault
    2016: Sebastian Vettel, Infiniti-Renault
    2017: Sergio Perez, McLaren-Honda
    2018: Sebastian Vettel, Ferrari
    2019: Lewis Hamilton, McLaren-Honda
    2020: Antonio Felix da Costa, Volkswagen



    2014: Vettel, Red Bull
    2015: Vettel, Red Bull
    2016: Vettel, Red Bull
    2017: Ricciardo, Red Bull
    2018: Vettel, Ferrari
    2019: Bottas, Williams
    2020: Grosjean, Catheram #what

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