...well I did say it would be a return to normal service, yes? Although perhaps not exactly as predicted. While the "other" Mercedes-powered teams were again not really present, you can't argue with the Red Bull return to form. And add some promising developments from Lotus, and the stage seems to be set for a catastrophic result for Ferrari should the "other" Mercedes teams get their collective acts together. Ferrari is no longer even competing for "best of the rest", they are competing for the bottom half points. And that, frankly, is a terrible development.
I'm not sure how to take the "news" that Adrian Newey is being linked with Ferrari. While everything he has touched has turned to gold -- more or less -- one has to wonder if he is out of tricks. Still, a team with Ferrari's resources could cock-up everything and still occasionally score points, so I don't see how having Newey in the fold could do any worse than what is happening this year.
Two weeks to the interlude in Monaco, a week of pageantry and terribly boring racing.
(Update: Joe Saward has better reasoning as to why the Newey-to-Ferrari story is probably rubbish.)