After topping the times in the field-leading Red Bull, Mark Webber told reporters in Barcelona that he is tiring of their stale questions.
"It's a bit like a stuck record," said the Australian when asked if his relationship with his teammate Sebastian Vettel is now better.
"I hope that when I am 70-years-old, people will not still be asking me whether I like Sebastian," he added.
More interesting is the RB7, and ever-hardening predictions that it is even quicker than the also-impressive new Ferrari.
"Not much has changed since last week," said Webber.
But Renault's Nick Heidfeld said he thinks Red Bull is sandbagging: "I think they are still not showing something."
Webber denied that charge but admitted that he expects to be riding at the front in Australia in a fortnight.
"Yes, we have a good car," he said on Tuesday.
Vettel thinks the same but is similarly cautious.
"The test results are difficult to read," the reigning world champion is quoted by La Stampa newspaper.
"For now we are very pleased with the reliability and the performance."