For Ferrari, 2017 is a very important year and appropriately enough there are some very interesting aerodynamic designs on the new car, even in launch spec, that reflect that.
When Ferrari signed Sebastian Vettel, a four-time world champion, for 2015 and he won three races against the might of Mercedes, it wasn't a bad result. So, we expected 2016 to be another step forwards.
Instead, it was a serious step backwards. Ferrari didn't win a race and took only 11 podium finishes, dropping to a distant third in the constructors' championship. And it lost highly-rated technical director James Allison, starts work at Mercedes next week.