New Ferrari chassis technical director James Allison has promised the team will work on the pace of their car over the next four races.
After three consecutive second-place finishes, Fernando Alonso's Championship hopes suffered fatal blows in Korea and Japan as he failed to keep up with Sebastian Vettel and Red Bull. The Spaniard could only manage a P6 and P4 at the two events while team-mate Felipe Massa fared even worse.
Allison, who has returned to Ferrari following nine years away, admits Ferrari were not up to scratch at those two tracks.
"The Korean and Japanese Grands Prix were a disappointment for us. It is always disappointing when you don't win, but the level of performance...
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