There was though recognition for Aston Martin with 20 per cent of the vote, who despite dropping off the pace as the campaign evolved still bagged an unexpected eight podiums through two-time world champion Fernando Alonso.
Williams were also recognised in third following their steady progress under new team principal James Vowles, moving from the back of the grid up into seventh spot and earning nine per cent of votes.
Despite scoring poorly Red Bull avoided finishing last of the nominees, with AlphaTauri's late season surge earning just one per cent of the vote.
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