Formula 1 Grid Talk Episode 22: 2020 Australian Grand Prixview
With pre-season testing in the books, and the 2020 Australian Grand Prix seemingly set to go ahead despite the Coronavirus, it’s time to go racing!
In This Episode
- The announcement of the 2020 Bahrain being raced behind closed doors.
- Can the younger brigade shake things up at new circuits Zandvoort and Vietnam, where everyone starts from zero?
- 2023 may see a Saudi Arabian Grand Prix, but will it be good for the sport?
- Can anyone beat Mercedes in Melbourne?
- Do Ferrari have the pace to challenge early in the season?
- How will Alexander Albon approach his first full season with Red Bull Racing?
- McLaren vs Renault vs Racing Point, how important is the Melbourne Grand Prix in the battle for ‘Best of the Rest’?
- Does the Racing Point car have the potential to disrupt the midfield pack?
- With Ocon partnering Ricciardo at Renault, can they bounce back after a disappointing 2019?
- Alpha Tauri have flown under the radar in pre-season, but does that mean they have also fallen behind the other midfield teams?
- Haas often do well in Melbourne, can they replicate their form and secure a strong finish?
- Williams have improved in 2020, but by how much? And will we see them close the gap in Melbourne?
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