(Motorsport-Total.com) – Mercedes is only missing a single top 4 result in Imola to win the constructors’ title in the Formula 1 season 2020. Although the championship victory is only a matter of form for the German crew, team boss Toto Wolff warns against complacency before the next race.
Mercedes is currently leading with 209 Points before Crimson Bull and there only 209 points are awarded in the team ranking, the racing stable is sufficient to lead 176 Points after the Colossal Prix in Imola, to win the title early.
The seventh consecutive constructors’ title will catapult Mercedes to first place in the all-time table – the crew is currently sharing the lead with Ferrari. The Italians won between 1999 and 2004 six world titles in a row.
Preparation for 2021 and 2022
According to Wolff, Mercedes is already fully preparing for the seasons 2021 and 2022. In the latter, the new cars and rules are introduced, which should ensure a revolution in the premier class. Although nothing more will burn for the crew in the year
, the team boss warns his Employees from losing focus.
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“I was wondering what once we had to do to maintain our level of performance,” said Wolff before his Formula 1 return to Imola. “Everything that we do now will be important for the coming year and also the walk after the rule changes in the year 2022. This is a difficult draw and we do not allow a bit of complacency in this draw. But I am looking forward to the challenges that lie ahead. “
In V6 -Hybrid era, Mercedes has consistently dominated events in Formula 1. Since it is in the years 2017 and 2019 there were significant rule changes, the racing team is the first to win successive world titles, although that Rules have changed.
World Cup victories only a matter of form
With the seventh world championship title in the constructors’ championship, Mercedes will jump to fourth place in the all-time table, which the crew will share with Lotus. In front of the Germans are McLaren (eight titles), Williams (nine titles) and Ferrari (16 Title).
Lewis Hamilton has to wait a little longer for his master drivers. Although he is in the driver standings 77 Points ahead, he cannot yet capture the title in Imola. However, it is expected that the Briton will bag the championship victory in Turkey in November. With this, Hamilton will in all probability catch up with Michael Schumacher, who is in first place with seven World Cup victories.