The 2017 Formula 1 season is almost upon us, and with the first of the new cars set to emerge next week, nobody really knows where they stand.
There's a lot of smoke and mirrors in F1 and every team will believe they have made more progress than their direct competitors. But right now the pressure is on the teams, as even the last two weeks before your new baby hits the track for the first time are vitally important to how the season unfolds.
Most of the teams will be able to get a car up and running for the first test easily enough. But if anything goes wrong with any component, the car can be compromised while modifications are carried out.