With Red Bull so dominate in recent seasons, and a number of people even going to the extent saying last season became boring and predictable due to Sebastian Vettel's dominance, what does the 2014 season of Formula One hold after two races?
Despite this dominance and changing of the rules, could another team possibly making a move this season and challenging for Driver and Constructor Honours, with that in mind there will be potentially four teams challenging come end of the season and potentially as many as seven drivers could be World Champion this season.
The teams in question are Red Bull, Mercedes, Ferrari and McLaren, while the drivers are Sebastian Vettel, Lewis Hamilton, Nico Rosberg, Fernando Alonso, Kimmi Raikkonen, Jenson Button and Romain Grosjean.
This season Ferrari and McLaren have the most to prove after their mixed performances last season, with Raikkonen going back to Ferrari. And, with Alonso there it will be interesting especially as both are volatile but amazing drivers to watch.
After two races Mercedes have been dominant but Red Bull have been consistent just missing an edge and been unlucky with Daniel Ricciardo, while Ferrari and Lotus have not been as strong. McLaren have been quietly consistent with two podiums at Australia and then solid points finishes in Malaysia.
Of course from an outside point of view Williams and Force India have shown some interesting form which suggests that they could get good points throughout the season, plus Dannil Kyvat deserves praise for points two races running. Depending on how teams fare throughout races more points could occur for him.
While drivers such as Felipe Massa - a number two at Ferrari - will need to establish quickly that he's number one at Williams going on the opening two races as Valtteri Bottas has shown so far especially at Malaysia to be the quicker driver.
But Massa has held his ground, all in all Formula One is going to be exciting this season judging by the first two races.
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