So much has been made of Williams's terrible start to the 2019 Formula 1 season that adding even more paragraphs about its current predicament feels like just piling on the misery.
After all, nobody will be more aware of the situation than those working at the team, nobody will feel the pain more keenly and nobody will work harder to turn it around.
But for context, here's a recap of its year to date. The new FW42 was late to the pre-season and has been slow enough to add a 'Class C' to the 2019 grid. Its every rival is competitive enough to fight for points, meaning that even if Williams does force itself into the top 10 at some point, whatever points it picks up will not be enough to spare it from finishing 10th in the constructors' and taking a prize money hit.