FE­RRA­RI TH­REA­TENS, BUT MER­CE­DES PREVAILS

Excelencias del Motor - - Formula 1 -

THE ITA­LIAN SCUDERIA HAS TA­KEN A STEP FOR­WARD FOR

THIS SEA­SON AND IT HAS HAD THE GER­MAN TEAM ON THE RACK. NEVERTHELESS, F1 IS FAR MO­RE THAN GOOD DRI­VERS AND GREAT CARS: RA­CING STRA­TE­GIES ARE TO

BE FO­LLO­WED AND YOU HA­VE TO BE LUCKY ENOUGH TO AVOID HA­VING YOUR WORK SPOILED BY ANY OT­HER DRI­VER OR A SA­FETY CAR. SO FAR, FE­RRA­RI TH­REA­TENS AND MER­CE­DES PREVAILS, WHI­LE RED BULL RE­MAINS AS

THE SHA­DOW OF THE LEA­DERS.

When I say that the ener­ge­tic drink team is the sha­dow of the lea­ders, I do not mean to play them down. I un­der­li­ne that be­cau­se this is the only team that has been ca­pa­ble of ta­king wins and cham­pions­hips from the Ger­man and Ita­lian em­pi­res. Mo­reo­ver, Red Bull has al­ready tas­ted the win­ning cham­pag­ne in Chi­na, with Ric­ciar­do on the stee­ring wheel. On the ot­her hand, Fe­rra­ri and Mer­ce­des AMG ha­ve two wins per team; ho­we­ver, the de­fen­ding cham­pion, Le­wis Ha­mil­ton, leads a sil­ver arrow that is ma­king dif­fe­ren­ces, step by step.

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