Porsche held sway at the official World Endurance Championship test at Paul Ricard, but it's too early to jump to conclusions ahead of the Silverstone series opener on April 17 - the reigning champion was always going to lead the way at the so-called 'prologue'.
It would be wrong to read too much into the times from two days of running around Circuit Paul Ricard last week. Or at least the gap between the uprated version of last year's championship-winning 919 Hybrid and its rivals.
The 2016-spec 919 Hybrid led the way in each of the five sessions over the two days of the test. Brendon Hartley ended up with the fastest time, a 1m37.445s set on Saturday afternoon that narrowly eclipsed Neel Jani's 1m37.487s from Friday's night session.