Force India's latest 'Pink Panther' is an evolution of last year's package. For the last two years, Force India has done a great job to finish fourth in the constructors' championship but, if anything, with teams such as McLaren, Renault and Williams likely to improve, it could be even tougher for Force India to maintain that level of success in 2018.
This is a team that has shown it has a good understanding of its car and how it works the tyres, which - combined with a strong driver line-up and sensible strategies - has allowed it to get a lot of good results. If that knowledge of the car has carried over into this year, I'm sure it will get the best out of the package.
It's also taken an interesting approach to testing, saying the focus will be on ensuring the aerodynamics are working as intended and ensuring the impact of the halo is understood first. This makes sense while the track surface settles down, because doing mechanical set-up or vehicle dynamics work could prove misleading before the track evolves.