Bill wrote: ↑
Wed May 20, 2020 1:04 pm
I just go by with the interview and reports that teams release if Renault says the focused on reliability and not power it is what it is no need to get emotional the season haven't even begun.in f1 findings gains is paramount it's competition after all so the best prepared it's one how have found lap gains and good reliability it's not stretch to say Honda is the most prep
This is what I've seen as well, Renault said they were focused on reliability and not power gains for 2020. Ferrari said their 2020 PU is not as powerful as their 2019 unit (make of that what you will), Mercedes said they are making very small gains everywhere and Honda said they've found some very good ground with their 2020 unit and are finally using some new techniques they've been developing over the past couple of years.
The things above are what we've heard from the 4 manufacturers. To me, it says something when Honda finally come out confident in what they've got, it's a marked change from their usual quiet demeanour.