The season so far has gone almost perfectly for Mercedes, McLaren and Racing Point (the “pink” Mercedes), it’s gone decently for Red Bull and has been frustrating for Ferrari. Now F1 goes to a non power-hungry circuit that favours a strong aerodynamic package. Will this mean that Red Bull can challenge Mercedes here? I doubt so but let’s see…
The technical problems continue so this GP’s predictions are not based on the ML model as well. Given their form and their wins in both races this year, it’s difficult to predict anyone other than Mercedes winning the race. It will be interesting to see where Max, Perez and Norris will finish in such a type of circuit. I would also bet that Vettel will be determined to prove he can, at least, beat his teammate after their crash last week (Leclerc’s fault).
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