They're at such a high standard at the moment that you're not going to see much improvement from a bit of gameplay. I think where the improvements are going to come are in gameplay elements rather than sim elements.
Interesting if they are enhancing the damage model, Josh, which should provide that extra challenge. I might have to turn the damage down a bit, as that level of precision is hard enough with a gamepad. For the hardcore simmers that should be received well. I haven't really played F2 much, so I doubt I'd play much F3, unless the career mode had a fully fleshed out pre-F1 section. The 3 F2 scenarios in F1 2019 weren't really enough.
I'd rather see a fleshed out classic mode, in the manner of F1 2013. Not just a bunch of classic cars but authentic drivers in them* and period correct circuits to drive them on.
*Since 2018 the classic drivers are the same 20 or so pretend drivers. They haven't even mixed that up a bit to keep things fresh. I'm sick of Jack Tremblay, Marie Laursen, Yasir Atiyeh, Igor Correia, et al. At least in F1 2013 you were racing against Mansell, Berger, Schumacher, Hill, Alesi, Hakkinen, etc.