"I think we had situations [in the past] where Ferrari was very strong, but at the moment they just crush everybody with their straight-line speed, so it's very difficult to compensate that round the track. This is a situation that we need to overcome.
"I think we have to look at all areas of the engine. Is there some innovation that we should have spotted?
"But we've got to do an even better job of putting a good chassis on the track, and understanding the tyres, and running the right race strategy. This is where our opportunities lie.
"Clearly with their kind of power unit performance we shouldn't be expecting to dominate the coming weekends."