“We are all struggling to find the right feeling this weekend,” he told Sky Sport Italia.
“We will have a better look tomorrow. We’re very focused on cooling down the engine and the tyres, and we will work on that tomorrow to be ready for the race.”
It appears that the Scuderia are more focused on their race pace for now, with the mindset that points are won on a Sunday clearly at the forefront.
Embroiled in a fight for second place in the constructor's championship with Mercedes, Ferrari are aware that it could be now or never for their hopes, with Mexico the pick of the tracks that suit them in the final four races.
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