So... what are we to make of the recent Sepang test? As ever, it's very hard to know for certain, simply because it's almost impossible to be aware of who was on what at which time, tyre-wise and fuel-load-wise.
Suffice it to say, however, that Kimi Raikkonen's 1:35.258 lap on March 28 looked mighty fine - and that whatever effect the FIA's recent rule clarification regarding Ferrari's allegedly flexible floor may have had on the radical new F2007's pace, it's still a prodigiously rapid racing car.
Both Kimi and his teammate, Felipe Massa, will be very competitive around the wide and flowing curves of the Sepang International Circuit, of that you may be sure.
The McLarens will be quick, too - perhaps a tad faster, even, relative to the Ferraris, than they were at Albert Park three weeks ago.