Ctrl-Alt-Delete. How Ferrari must wish it could activate such a command. Formula 1's longest-serving team is in freefall and showing no signs of being able to stop itself imploding.
The end of 2015 was rosy. Ferrari finished the year with three wins to its name, having established itself as the clear second-best outfit while memories of its winless campaign the previous season were consigned to history.
Technical director James Allison was building for the future and had even signed a contract extension to keep him at Maranello until the end of 2018. It seemed he was applying his touch to an organisation that had too many rough edges. The simple things were starting to be done right, a solid foundation built.