Why 'Class B' isn't Formula 1's saviour

Why 'Class B' isn't Formula 1's saviour

It's easy to look at the huge battle behind Formula 1's top three teams and think how good the championship could be if that was the front end fight. But there are problems and inequalities in the midfield too

Amid Formula 1's ongoing soul-searching, you could argue that it simply needs to start looking within itself for a pathway for the future. F1's 'Class B', comprising the seven teams not way out front, has been enormously competitive this year.

Six of those seven teams have 'won' races, the exception being Williams, and half a dozen drivers are still in 'title' contention.

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