Alfa Romeo 2019 constructors’ finish was 8th. F1.com projects the same 8th standing for 2020. Alfa Romeo's performance at pre-season testing was slightly anomalous, the team demonstrating exceptional straight-line speed, topping the speed trap charts after hitting a DRS-assisted 200mph, and setting some headline-grabbing but, probably slightly glory-runny laps. The overall picture, however, was one that failed to convince the F1.com experts that the Hinwil team had really taken a step up the midfield order, as they slotted into the eighth place in which they finished in the 2019 constructors’ standings. Unlike other midfield rivals such as Renault and AlphaTauri, there's been no warm-up testing for Alfa Romeo's Kimi Raikkonen or Antonio Giovinazzi ahead of the Austrian Grand Prix this coming weekend.