So were Michael Schumacher and Ferrari's particularly ecstatic celebrations in the Imola pitlane a sign of the huge relief they felt at having taken a 'genuine' win after eighteen months of heartache? Or were they making the most of this moment of glory because it may be the sole highlight of their season?
In 2002 and 2003, Schumacher's Imola wins marked the point at which he really started to take control of the championship (a few subsequent scares in '03 notwithstanding). In 2004, it was just one of a crushing sequence.
Last year, Schumacher failed to win at Imola, but he still came from 13th on the grid to second and only Fernando Alonso's stoic defence kept him off the top spot. But - Indianapolis farce aside - that was the only time in 2005 that Ferrari came remotely close to victory.