As the Edge says, it is wish listing until we see some action.
My thoughts for what they are worth, but in reverse
Williams. I can not see them making enough of an improvement to move on.
Haas, as they seem to know where the problem is. Could well be in front of the next two or even fighting with Renault
Racing point, who have 'politic difficulties' keeping the score down, but if they get sorted can easily jump to the front of this group.
Alfa Romeo and AT (or Toro Rosso) are secondary teams so depending on what the job spec is can do well or lose out to development for the boss team.
Renault and McLaren are intertwined with Mclaren depending on an effort from Renault to get them closer to the top 3.
They can expect some podiums, but I feel although much improved still not there with the big three. (next year maybe)
Ferrari, but who knows, they could have a blinder and take the honours, but I do not think so, just because of past years.
Even if they have the best car they still seem capable of screwing it up.
Red Bull, logical progression from last year, could well be in at the end but driver line up is not good enough for team scores.
Mercedes, what can I say? nothing is set in stone, but would anyone put more than pocket money on them not winning?
We are standing on the shoulders of Giants. So don't kick.