Ferrari technical director James Allison has insisted that the team will push to improve all areas of their F14T, rather than focusing solely on the power unit or the aerodynamic capability of the car.
Ferrari sits in third place in the constructors' championship ahead of this weekend's Bahrain Grand Prix, 38 points down on early leaders Mercedes.
Fernando Alonso finished in fourth place in Malaysia, while Kimi Raikkonen was outside of the points following contact with McLaren's Kevin Magnussen.
"We are working in a constant way and with the highest levels of dedication in all the areas of potential development," said Allison.
"We brought a useful upgrade to...
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