Information has been sparse from Jaguar's private testing programme ahead of its Formula E debut. We knew it had opted to use all 15 days that it had available. We knew Adam Carroll had been a key player. And we knew it would be using the official Donington Park test to evaluate its driver line-up.
But that left a lot of unanswered questions.
A manufacturer ending a 12-year absence topline racing was always going to capture interest. The fact that it's one of British motorsport's most iconic marques entering the young electric single-seater series only intensifies that.