Red Bull test driver puts money on Mercedes: 'Won't change much'

26-01-2021 10:38 | Updated: 26-01-2021 10:51
F1 News
Red Bull test driver puts money on Mercedes: 'Won't change much'

The 2021 Formula One season is still sometime away now that the Australian Grand Prix has been postponed, but that is not stopping people from looking forward to what they hope will be a very exciting season.

The battle for the world title in Formula 1 has not been particularly exciting in recent years. Mercedes have won the last seven Constructors' and Drivers' titles, but their rivals are closing in. Red Bull Racing may be the biggest challenger in 2021, although the team's reserve driver, Sergio Sette Camara, is reluctant to get too excited.

Will Red Bull Racing close the gap?

''I don't think much will change. Mercedes will continue to lead because the new regulations only come in 2022 and until then I think it will all stay the same. Maybe Red Bull can close the gap with Mercedes, but I don't think there will be many other changes,'' Camara told

Ferrari also normally belongs in the top three but dropped way back in 2020. ''It is sometimes normal for big teams to face a crisis. However, I do hope that Ferrari can recover quickly because that is important for Formula 1 and motorsport as a whole'', concludes the Brazilian driver, who will race in Formula E in 2021.

 Predicting the entire 2021 Formula 1 World Championship

Check out the latest news

You will be logged out and redirected to the homepage