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Formula 1 2019: How experienced is each team?

The shake-up in the Formula 1 grid for 2019 means eight teams head into the new campaign with tweaked or entirely overhauled driver line-ups. A total of 15 nationalities are represented, there are four full-time rookies, and two returnees, while nine of the 10 teams have a podium finisher among their ranks. But which team has the experience, and which teams have a youthful pairing? Motorsport Week takes a look at some of the stats. NB: Average age correct as of race day for the 2019 Australian Grand Prix Mercedes Average age: 31 years, 10 months, 13 days | Grand Prix starts: 347 Mercedes has the second-oldest average line-up courtesy of Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas, with both now...
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