Kimi Raikkonen was looking ahead to 2015 rather than seeing Sunday's Hungarian grand prix as the start of an immediate Ferrari revival.
After an uncompetitive first half of 2014, the Finn finished a solid sixth in Hungary -- his best result of the season.
And Raikkonen's teammate Fernando Alonso was in the running for the race win until the dying moments, when he was passed by winner Daniel Ricciardo.
F1 now breaks for three full weekends before hostilities resume in Belgium late next month.
But the Finnish media quoted Raikkonen as saying: "I don't see things changing much in three or four weeks. Next year things will get better.
"I am pleased with today, but on the whole I am...
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