Six weeks ago, Ferrari's 2019 season could be generously described as bitterly disappointing. Less charitably, given the form it showed in pre-season testing - when those inside the team, at Mercedes and in the rest of the field all expected it to set the pace come the Australian Grand Prix - it could be called disastrous.
In the opening 12 races, Ferrari either squandered the pace it had in its car or couldn't hold a candle to Mercedes, to the point where Red Bull ended the first half of the season as the biggest threat to the Silver Arrows.
Things have changed since. Dramatically.