Felipe Massa reckons F1 has arrived at Silverstone without any idea of who may come out on top in Sunday's 52-lap British Grand Prix.
Arriving at the Northamptonshire track, only one driver has claimed repeat victories this season and that was Fernando Alonso who was triumphant at the last race in Valencia.
However, whether that means Ferrari will be the favourite this weekend is anyone's guess as to date this season has seen seven drivers win eight races.
"It's difficult to have a clear picture of how competitive we should be," said Massa. "Especially this year, we have seen results in the races that we could never have expected.
"Silverstone is a very different track to the last few, so we need to be ready for everything and arrive as well prepared as possible.
"Who knows, maybe Silverstone can be even better than expected for us. But if you look at Valencia where we had 13 cars in three tenths in Q2, it shows you really cannot make predictions this season.
"However, we believe our car is not too bad in the high speed corners and so I feel we should discover a good F2012 when we start practice there on Friday."
The Brazilian is a fan of the British track and even insisted he doesn't mind the a little bit of rain, although not when it gets too heavy that a Safety Car is needed.
"I really like Silverstone for the atmosphere there and the track, which is very enjoyable to drive. It is definitely one of the favourites, probably for 99 percent of the drivers, because it really flows and has some challenging high speed corners.
"Of course, the weather is always a factor and I've seen the forecast, which is for quite a lot of rain, maybe a forty percent chance every day
"To be honest, a wet day at Silverstone is bad for the spectators around the circuit, but I don't mind driving in the rain and I think most of the drivers feel the same, because we have all experienced these conditions right from when we first started racing in karts. It can even be fun.
"However, there are certain conditions, like when there is a lot of water on track and you end up starting a race behind the Safety Car for example, when this is definitely not an easy situation.
"It's okay if you are right at the front, but if you're not in the top three on track, you actually have to look to the side rather than straight ahead to see where you are and this is the only type of condition we all hate, as you are driving blind."