Kimi Raikkonen's Ferrari career could hardly have got off to a better start in Australia in March. Pole position and victory - it was the sort of debut performance that almost made you think, Michael who?
Since then, however, not a lot has gone right for the Finn. He followed up with a couple of solid third places, but the last four starts have brought him just 10 points, the same number he earned in Melbourne. He is already 26 points off world championship leader Lewis Hamilton, but surprisingly perhaps, still only seven behind his teammate Felipe Massa.
If Fernando Alonso is a little confused as to how his move to McLaren has worked out, then Kimi is surely equally perplexed. Not only has the team lost their early winning form of late, but he has frequently struggled to match the pace of Massa, the man he perhaps viewed as his support act when he originally signed up.