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  • Writer's pictureBen Waterworth

Round 14 F1 team power rankings: Ferrari float back up

Another F1 round in the books and another power rankings to follow. Starting off with the teams and as per usual, the disclaimer. With any power rankings, these are subjective and based purely on opinion mixed with results.

Are these 100 per cent accurate? Inside my mind, yes! Outside of it, no. But it’s a nice way to spark some discussion, showcase some form and allow a conversation that brings F1 fans closer together – and maybe also further apart at the same time.

Fun, right? Always!

You can also check out my driver power rankings too for a similar analysis.

So, with all that out of the way, let’s get to it.

10. Haas (-2)

Arguably their worst race of the season. Nico Hulkenberg even declared the team currently ‘unworthy’ for fighting for points in their current form. Scathing.

9. AlphaTauri (+1)

Is a nearly point good enough for them right now? Apparently. Could’ve had a better race had it not been for the Tsunoda failure, but moving up a spot here is solid enough.

8. Alfa Romeo (+1)

A point for Bottas and others around them falling down is encouraging, especially at their ‘home’ race.

(Photo by Stellantis)

7. Alpine (-2)

What was that? A podium a week prior to barely being seen. Also, did you know Esteban Ocon retired in the race too? Disaster for the French team.

6. Williams (+1)

Alex Albon shone once again, with Logan Sargeant putting in a decent performance too. Encouraging signs continue to come through for Williams.

5. Aston Martin (-3)

Bit of a nowhere weekend for Aston. Fernando Alonso did Alonso things by managing to get a couple of points, while the less said about Lance Stroll’s performance the better.

4. McLaren (-)

Didn’t do anything major, didn’t do anything terrible either. Would’ve had more points had it not have been for Lewis Hamilton, and nearly caused a major incident when both Lando Norris and Oscar Piastri had a minor collision. But other than that, they’ll take the points.

(Photo by Motorsport Week)

3. Mercedes (-)

Pretty similar to McLaren above, but they scored more points. Important as they look to secure second in the Constructors’ Championship.

2. Ferrari (+4)

The Ferrari yo-yo continues. Terrible a week prior, amazing the next week. Only adds even more to the ever confusing ‘best of the rest’ battle we continue to see in 2023.

1. Red Bull (-)

14 races undefeated in 2023, and have more points for the season than Mercedes and Ferrari in 2nd and 3rd combined. Incredible.

What do you think of these rankings? Do you agree with the positions? Let me know what you think in the comments below.


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