Pat Fry has warned the Scuderia there is no need to do anything drastic following Ferrari's disappointing start to F1 2011.
The Maranello-based outfit has been no match thus far for Red Bull
Racing or McLaren, a bitter blow as pre-season testing looked very promising, and following another below par display in China last weekend, which left Ferrari
president Luca di Montezemolo calling for an immediate improvement, the pressure is on. But while Fry concedes Ferrari
does have a lot of work to do, he remains convinced the squad can turn things around.
“After three races it's clear our priority is to try and improve the performance of our car,” said Fry, who is Ferrari's assistant technical director and head of race engineering. “We have a lot of work to do.
“But we must keep our cool in this situation. There is still a long way to go this season and things can change quickly.”