In The Driver’s Seat: Dramas of 2022 could cast a long shadow into next year

(From left) Ferrari's Charles Leclerc, Red Bull's Max Verstappen , a Red Bull official and Sergio Perez on the podium following the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix on Nov 20, 2022. PHOTO: EPA-EFE
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Will 2023 finally yield what we have all been waiting for: A three-team fight for the Formula 1 World Championship?

It seemed we might get it in 2022, but it soon became clear that Mercedes’ initial woes with the W13’s ground-effect aerodynamics would render it a two-horse – or more accurately a prancing horse and a charging bull – race.

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