Ferrari was defeated at Imola by Red Bull with the team claiming its first one-two result since 2016 but will the Scuderia strike back in Miami.
The F1 season so far has seen the pendulum swing almost race by race from Ferrari to Red Bull and back again, with Charles Leclerc and Max Verstappen each claiming two grand prix wins so far.
But Miami is an entirely new challenge with no historical data to go by, making it a unique variable this season.
Even before Leclerc's crash at Imola, Verstappen held a lead of over 10-seconds from his title rival, a fact that highlights the gap Ferrari is attempting to bridge this weekend.
So will the Scuderia be successful in its bid to once again overturn Red Bull? Let us know your thoughts!