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Data reveals all: Red Bull leap forward, Mercedes lose out

Analysis To news overview © Mercedes With five races to go in the 2020 F1 season, it was already clear who would be champion. Lewis Hamilton was supreme in his Mercedes. On paper, only teammate Valtteri Bottas could make it difficult for him, but in reality that did not happen. It was only at the end of the season, after Red Bull continued to develop and Mercedes backed off, that Max Verstappen managed to get close to the Silver Arrows. This year is very different, as we can see when we compare the championship standings after 17 races with the final rankings in 2020 (when the season had a total of 17 races). Red Bull and Ferrari the big winners Four teams are performing better this year...
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