Ferrari is enduring its worst start to a season since 1981, when its cars failed to score points in the first three races.
Other disastrous starts for the prancing horse were:
1969, 1970, 1980 and 1981: No points in the first three races
1982: Didier Pironi's sixth place in Brazil was the only score in three races
1986: Three points in San Marino was the only score in the first four races
1989: Nigel Mansell won the Brazilian GP, then the team went five races without another point
1993: Gerhard Berger scored a point in South Africa despite suffering an engine failure, then the team went three straight races without points
Ferrari has never failed to score a point in the first four races of any season since the constructors' championship began, back in 1958.