It was all about Ferrari at this year's Canadian Grand Prix and Sebastian Vettel sealed it with a victory.
Vettel was well aware of the many Prancing Pony flags in the packed grandstands at Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve as he kept the lead from pole position and coasted to victory on Sunday.
Jacques Villeneuve's 'very special' parade lap in dad's car
It was the Italian team's first Canadian GP win since Michael Schumacher in 2004, a race Vettel watched on television as a teenager at home in Germany.
It was also the 50th career victory for the 30-year-old, who was a four-time Formula One champion in his days at Red Bull Renault.
And it came as the event celebrated a rousing win 40 years ago by another Ferrari driver — Gilles Villeneuve of Berthierville, Que, whose son Jacques drove his dad's 1978 Ferrari around the track in the pre-race parade lap.