Toto Wolff suggested Ferrari lost "momentum" after what happened in Bahrain. Is momentum a real thing for teams - have you ever been in a situation where your team lost or gained momentum or is it just a term that sums up a wide range of factors?
Michael Jones, via email
Momentum is a huge factor, especially in sport, and motor racing is no different. Get into that winning streak and everyone just digs that little bit deeper. It's invisible and no one really notices that it's happening, but it happens.
If you looked at Charles Leclerc after the race in Austria you could see his shoulders had slumped. That was the second time this season that a potential win was taken away from him. Yes, the first was a mechanical problem and the second more to do with himself and his strategy, but he is now wondering when or if it will ever happen.
Mercedes is so strong this season and Red Bull is nipping at Ferrari's heels, which means that might just have been his last chance for a long time.