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Mercedes on top in hybrid era, but which team is on P2?

Mercedes has been lord and master in the hybrid era of Formula 1 that began in 2014. But over the eight years that have been driven in this era, the ratio between Red Bull Racing and Ferrari is particularly close. When it comes to podiums achieved, Red Bull only just wins. Red Bull Racing pulls off P2 in hybrid era In 2022, a major new set of regulations will be introduced in F1. The hybrid era is not over yet, the F1 cars will continue to drive with the extra electric motor, but a new phase in F1 seems to be starting. The cards can be shuffled again, as it were. Looking back at eight seasons with hybrid engines Mercedes is the undisputed winner; Red Bull Racing follows and in third place...
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