Ranking of the 2020 cars?

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Paolo_Lasardi
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Ranking of the 2020 cars?

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Opinions?

Paolo_Lasardi
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Re: Ranking of the 2020 cars?

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After Budapest IMO

Mercedes
Racing Point

Red Bull

McLaren
Ferrari
(or the other way around)

Renault
Alpha Tauri

Williams
Haas
Alfa
( more like Haas = Alfa)

JN23
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Re: Ranking of the 2020 cars?

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I think I agree with you Paolo. I think the midfield (RP-AT) will change a bit from circuit to circuit. Probably the same with the bottom three too.

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As an average of the first 3 races I'd go -

Mercedes
Racing Point
Red Bull
McLaren
Renault
Ferrari
Alpha Tauri
Haas
Alfa Romeo
Williams

Worth noting that Williams is faster for one lap pace than Alfa and Haas. Ferrari were behind Renault in Austria but ahead in Hungary.

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Re: Ranking of the 2020 cars?

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mikeyg123 wrote:As an average of the first 3 races I'd go -

Mercedes
Racing Point
Red Bull
McLaren
Renault
Ferrari
Alpha Tauri
Haas
Alfa Romeo
Williams

Worth noting that Williams is faster for one lap pace than Alfa and Haas. Ferrari were behind Renault in Austria but ahead in Hungary.
I agree with this. Williams are still struggling on race day. Ferrari and Renault are hard to separate and it may well fluctuate depending on the venue. Ferrari were probably 4th fastest in Hungary but the circuit masks their straight line speed deficiency more than any other on the 2020 calendar. Unless they can conjure up a solution in the next two weeks Silverstone could be a massive struggle for them.

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j man wrote:
mikeyg123 wrote:As an average of the first 3 races I'd go -

Mercedes
Racing Point
Red Bull
McLaren
Renault
Ferrari
Alpha Tauri
Haas
Alfa Romeo
Williams

Worth noting that Williams is faster for one lap pace than Alfa and Haas. Ferrari were behind Renault in Austria but ahead in Hungary.
I agree with this. Williams are still struggling on race day. Ferrari and Renault are hard to separate and it may well fluctuate depending on the venue. Ferrari were probably 4th fastest in Hungary but the circuit masks their straight line speed deficiency more than any other on the 2020 calendar. Unless they can conjure up a solution in the next two weeks Silverstone could be a massive struggle for them.
Yes, unless they make significant gains Spa, Monza and Mugello could see them even behind the Alpha Tauri.

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Mercedes
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Racing Point
Redbull
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McLaren
Renault
Ferrari
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Alpha Tauri
Hass
Williams
Alfa Romeo

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