Context, in Formula 1, is everything. In the previous two seasons, the Racing Point squad would have snatched a sixth-and-seventh result from your hand - but in the year 2020, the team will make the trudge from Austria to Hungary presumably disappointed.
In 2018, the Force India squad was close to hitting the wall before Lawrence Stroll's consortium of backers rescued the team, and it was still arguably suffering from that financial hangover in 2019 as development was severely stunted. In that context, being well among the points with both cars would have been lauded as a victory.
This year, the team has a seriously quick car on its hands. So quick, in fact, that Renault levelled a protest against the team after the Styrian Grand Prix following its double-points finish, alleging that its brake ducts were too similar to those designed by the Mercedes team.