Gary Anderson's trackside F1 verdict

Gary Anderson's trackside F1 verdict

AUTOSPORT'S technical correspondent GARY ANDERSON sets aside power unit characteristics and ranks the Formula 1 grid based on the performance of each chassis

Aside from the predictable Mercedes one-two, the Chinese Grand Prix produced a very different result for the chasing bunch.

This can be confusing, but the reality is that you need a car that works at all tracks if you are to fight for and win championships. That is what Red Bull has had for the past four years and it's what Mercedes now has.

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