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      10-19-2019, 02:10 PM   #9
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Originally Posted by racerbruce View Post
....ebb and flow of F1 dominance history suggests all teams rise and fall in competing in, and remaining at the very sharpest-end of the grid....just look at Williams and McLaren as the most egregious examples of the rise and fall of F1 dominance....MB has owned F1 for the past six seasons and this will change as well - history proves this.

So which constructor will equal or surpass the most recent MB dominance? And....which driver will partner with that team??
Rumor is Mercedes lack of advancements since the break is due to them moving most of their resources to next years car early, since they had the championships all but locked up for awhile. Not sure if their dominance is going anywhere. Driver lineup isn't changing, so could be another for Lewis.