The most salient facts about Ferrari's season so far make for sobering reading - at least, if you're a Maranello employee. After three races, Ferrari currently sits fifth in the constructors' standings, with 27 points to its name and a quarter of Mercedes' current haul.
Despite Charles Leclerc scoring a surprise second place in the season-opening Austrian Grand Prix, Ferrari decided to fast-track its planned Hungarian GP update package in time for the Styrian Grand Prix - but thanks to Leclerc's over-eagerness into Turn 3 on the opening lap, neither he nor Sebastian Vettel could gather a race's worth of data on them.
One weekend on, and Ferrari explained that the Hungary weekend was going to be spent exploring the Styria package and little else. Cue an exclamation of "is that it, then?" from anyone with an interest in the technological side of F1 - but from Ferrari's perspective, it made sense to hold back on any new parts.