Since Red Bull Racing shot to the sharp end of the Formula One grid in 2009, a result of the sport's latest big regulation shake-up, this is its statistical trophy cabinet.
In 86 Grands Prix since the start of the '09 season, they've racked up 39 wins, 49 pole positions and 88 podiums, all culminating in three consecutive Drivers' and Constructors' titles from 2010 to 2012.
So, slightly cheeky then to suggest there is room for improvement?
In Formula One, perfection is a goal never fully achieved and a destination never quite reached. Even after its utterly dominant 2011 campaign, team boss Christian Horner told Jonathan Noble of Autosport that Red Bull could still improve.
With that in mind, surely it stands to reason that as the challenge from its rivals has become greater this year and last, so too Red Bull can improve again.
Here's a look at five ways the team can up its game for 2014.