Ferrari team principal Stefano Domenicali insists that his outfit must not get downhearted, despite a downbeat performance in the Bahrain Grand Prix.
Ferrari was unable to match the Mercedes-powered cars, leaving Fernando Alonso and Kimi Raikkonen to come home in ninth and tenth place.
Alonso said after the race that Ferrari was in those positions on merit, but Domenicali urged the team to work hard in order to rectify their woes.
"This race provided an epilogue to a weekend which turned out to be as difficult as we had thought it would be, even before arriving in Bahrain," he said.
"This circuit is particularly tough for our car and Sakhir’s technical...
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