If Seb doesnt win the WDC this year, him and Charles will be under immense pressure to deliver next year.
Sauber improved a lot since last year, will be interesting to see Kimi in there for 2 seasons, he also has part ownership of the team.
Damn (start of) 2019 will be interesting.
2016 they had 76 points. 6th in constructors.
2017 they went backwards and had 30 points.
2018 they have 52 points and are 6th in constructors.
So they had VERY similar results in 2016 compared to 2018.
I just hope Leclerc won't be the second driver. Ferrari will try to push him into that position, but I hope he won't let that happen.
And I don't think it's a bad decision by Räikkönen to go to Sauber. He still has good pace and this just goes to show that he actually loves the sport. Otherwise he would have retired.