The last time we saw the Formula 1 track standings was in February. But soon, we will have an updated one in the next month. This will be the race in Austria, where all teams will again face after a long while. Looking to these tracks, we shall discuss how they will expose the true might of the top teams. It will be mainly a test real for Red Bull, Ferrari, and Mercedes, exposing their weakness and strength. After the long wait and delay of these events, we shall see the use of the Red Bull ring and Hungaroring. It is the places where the races are to take place. It is a widespread track of demands, which shall see to the relative comparison of each car. Looking at the variations in the performance of Mercedes and Red Bul in different tracks around the globe suggests that their pattern is quite similar. They are quite good with the downforce.
Speaking of these tracks, Austria’s Red Bull Ring is distinctive. It is the least downforce sensitive and situated at an altitude. It is also power sensitive. To its contrast is the Hungaroring track, which is highly sensitive to downforce. And it is one of the least power-sensitive tracks around. And we know that lap time is a function of power, Downforce and drag, but the latter may be the same as the whole track is powered by Pirelli.