The last time a non-Mercedes, RBR or Ferrari won a GP was Australia 2013

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The last time a non-Mercedes, RBR or Ferrari won a GP was Australia 2013

Post by PTRACER » 2 weeks ago

That's 6 years and 7 months and 20 days ago. During the same period in the 1990s, 7 different teams won Grand Prix.

Who do you think will be the next team to win a Grand Prix besides these three?
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Post by XcraigX » 2 weeks ago

McLaren. The cycle will continue (It has not been overly long since their last win)
They seem to be improving greatly this year.

A close second would be Renault, but their inconsistency causes me to doubt they will win before McLaren does.
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Post by PTRACER » 2 weeks ago

XcraigX wrote:
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McLaren. The cycle will continue.
It has not been overly long since their last win, but they seem to be improving this year. A close second would be Renault, but their inconsistency causes me to doubt they will win before McLaren does.
So does that mean Carlos Sainz will be our next Formula 1 winner?
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Post by XcraigX » 2 weeks ago

PTRACER wrote:
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XcraigX wrote:
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McLaren. The cycle will continue.
It has not been overly long since their last win, but they seem to be improving this year. A close second would be Renault, but their inconsistency causes me to doubt they will win before McLaren does.
So does that mean Carlos Sainz will be our next Formula 1 winner?
Unfortunately, I think Albon will win before him if he keeps his RedBull seat.

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Post by PTRACER » 1 week ago

XcraigX wrote:
2 weeks ago
PTRACER wrote:
2 weeks ago
XcraigX wrote:
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McLaren. The cycle will continue.
It has not been overly long since their last win, but they seem to be improving this year. A close second would be Renault, but their inconsistency causes me to doubt they will win before McLaren does.
So does that mean Carlos Sainz will be our next Formula 1 winner?
Unfortunately, I think Albon will win before him if he keeps his RedBull seat.
Yes that's true actually.

I'm not so sure about Renault. Going back to the 90s, it seems like the dominant teams would cycle. McLaren vs. Ferrari, Williams vs. Bennetton, Williams vs. Ferrari, McLaren vs. Ferrari again. I kind of miss that.
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Post by XcraigX » 1 week ago

Renault can win again. They have been more like disruptors in the cycle. But I think from looking at who is progressing now, team McLaren are the closest to getting there first. (Edit: I missed all these spelling mistakes the first time)
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Post by Everso Biggyballies » 1 week ago

XcraigX wrote:
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Renault can win again. They have been more like disruptors in the cycle. But I think from looking at who is progressing now, McLaren are the closest to getting their first.
Renault now = Ferrari in the late eighties/early nineties I reckon.

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Post by caneparo » 1 week ago

PTRACER wrote:
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That's 6 years and 7 months and 20 days ago. During the same period in the 1990s, 7 different teams won Grand Prix.

Who do you think will be the next team to win a Grand Prix besides these three?
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Post by erwin greven » 1 week ago

I think the next 2-3 seasons, victories will be shared between Mercedes, Red Bull and Ferrari.
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Post by MonteCristo » 1 week ago

More of the same next year at the very least.
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Post by Antonov » 1 week ago

the fact that Williams is the last team to consider for this makes me feel uneasy.

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Post by XcraigX » 1 week ago

While the 2021 rules seem like just an Aero tweek. It would be a chance for an outside team to shine and move to the front (like 2009, 2005, 1998, etc...)

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