If the deluge of upgrades wasn't quite enough to sate the tech-hungry legions of the Formula 1 fanbase, then the Spanish Grand Prix's Friday practice had plenty more to offer. Despite the warmth of Barcelona, teams could no longer keep their powder dry, emerging on-track with myriad new bits and pieces.
Of course, the place where those upgrades count the most is within the midfield, where the gaps between competitors are wafer-thin. Even the tiniest flick or flourish of the designer's pen can lift one car above another.
As mentioned in Thursday's review of updates, McLaren has added a greater fin to the rear of the engine cover, allowing the airflow moving towards the rear of the car to converge more linearly.