#3 Vettel out of the Points
Sebastian Vettel is currently sitting in fifth place in the World Driver's championship race, having only a notched a fourth and fifth place so far in Australia and Bahrain.
Australia saw the Ferraris with a distinct lack of pace, meanwhile, a spin in Bahrain that came from an error meant that he denied himself a second place finish.
Even though Ferrari have seemingly bridged that pace gap against Mercedes, Vettel couldn't finish ahead of them in Bahrain, and I believe that in China something of the sort will happen again.
China last year saw Vettel finished eighth after a touch with Max Verstappen, and the way I see it happening this year, Vettel will see himself running in traffic and while attempting an overtake or a defense, he will make some contact and spin around again.
Vettel essentially lost the chance to fight for the title in 2018 due to a couple of spins, and while Ferrari fans everywhere will be hoping that Vettel's luck turns around, I can only see his car turning around for now.
With the pressure mounting on Vettel from the Tifosi, from Mercedes and absolutely now from teammate Charles Leclerc, I feel that Vettel will need a little bit of time to get on top of it and that he won't be able to by China.
Not only do I see Vettel compromising himself at the 1000th ever Grand Prix, but I also see him finishing outside the points and not just outside the podium positions.