Ferrari chief Jean Todt has admitted that his team needs to get both drivers on the podium 'all the time' if the Scuderia is to overhaul McLaren in the Formula 1 title race.

While Lewis Hamilton took his third win of the season and team-mate Fernando Alonso came home fourth, Ferrari picked up a second place through Kimi Raikkonen but failed to score with Felipe Massa - who could only come home in 13th having been forced to start down the order following a refuelling mistake in qualifying.

With McLaren not scoring constructors' championship points from the weekend, subject to an appeal, it means Ferrari will close the gap by eight points should McLaren fail to win its battle to be awarded points.

However, in the drivers' title, third placed Raikkone is now 20 points behind Hamilton and Todt admitted that his team now had to pull out all the stops if it was to win the title.

"A second and thirteenth place are a meagre reward for this weekend," he said. "There is a slight bitter taste at seeing how competitive we were in the race with Kimi, as it showed yet again that starting from the front is vital, especially at a track like the Hungaroring where overtaking is almost impossible.

"Of course, Felipe was even more heavily penalised because of the negative outcome of qualifying, given that he was constantly stuck in traffic. We knew this track would not suit us that well. Now we need to try and get both our drivers on the podium all the time to try and make up the gaps in both championships for the remaining third of the season.

"We have all we need - the team, the car and drivers - but we have not always been able to put them all together to the best effect. If we don't manage it, the championships will not be won."