The first F.1 test session is over and it is worth drawing some conclusions even if, as I said in my earlier blog on this issue, real forces will be revealed only during Q1 in Melbourne next March. Ferrari and Mercedes seem to have worked well during winter in assembling power units which have given little trouble to their users, thus allowing those teams to concentrate on a complex working program full of implementation of new systems and data analysis. Useful but boring stuff which does not really give the motor sport fans any joy at all. It was a surprise to see Renault getting it completely wrong, letting down the four times championship winners Red Bull. For this Newey & Co have started 2014 with the wrong foot. I am sure they have the resources to come back at the next gathering in Bahrain, even if I believe they will eventually suffer from this early draw back. I cannot imagine how for the moment, but I am guessing that they will as Formula One does not allow for moments of truce.