In terms of overall team performance:
1. Mercedes (Two good drivers, good performance)
2. Ferrari (Two good drivers, reliable cars, maybe not as quick)
3. Red Bull (Good cars, Sebastien will do well, Daniel […]
As much as I like to believe the hype around Mercedes I have to view it with a fair amount of caution. Pre-season confidence and bravado counts for naught in this sport. If it did BAR would have won their first […]
I find it interesting that many people put Red Bull so low, while putting Mercedes at number 1. I would certainly like to see a change of the competitive order at the front, but what exactly have Mercedes going […]
So all in all, Ferrari isn’t the strongest engine but the most reliable, somewhere between the Merc and the Renault, right? Then you add on that ALO and RAI as drivers. Sounds like a possible constructors […]
Red Bull will win a race next year, I am pretty certain of that. They may be slower out of the blocks, but they will claw that back.
On reliability, I think @kingshark is fairly spot-on with regards to engines: […]
Redbull are known for their KERS troubles.
The entire ERS-unit (including stuff like batteries) is supplied with the engine, so Red Bulls history with KERS will not be of any importance.
Lets start summing a view things up before making any predictions:
- Ferrari and Mercedes are the only teams manufacturing their own engines.
- The Renault V8 was known for it’s driveability, and possibly […]
To add to my OP, I predict that the reliability pecking order will be:
5. Red Bull
6. Force India
10. Toro Rosso
@alfie – No money and lost their lead designer this year.
3. Red Bull
5. Force India
8. Toro Rosso
Not the […]
….(= huge gap)
5 FOrce India
8 Toro Rosso
Reliability-wise /ability […]
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