Ferrari arrived at Austin for last weekend's United States Grand Prix with a raft of updates, but it wasn't enough to stop Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes taking a comfortable victory.
The package included a new diffuser, modifications to the floor forward of the rear tyres and front wing endplate changes, and while Mercedes had the edge in the United States this is the latest step in what has been an effective upgrade programme for Ferrari.
It started the season with a very distinctive and individual sidepod inlet and bargeboard concept. As I said when the car first appeared, this looked good. But it also meant that, as a team, Ferrari was on its own as far as future development was concerned.