Ferrari technical director Pat Fry says the team are around eight tenths of a second off the pace in normal conditions.
Mercedes hope to get to the bottom of the tyre problems they experienced in the first two races of the season next weekend in China.
Lewis Hamilton says being able to overtake Sebastian Vettel to win made his China victory “sweeter”.
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Hamilton won in Shanghai despite being delayed by his team mate.
Poor qualifying left Webber 18th but with lots of unused soft tyres.
Montezemolo says “this cannot and must not be the team?óÔé¼Ôäós level”.
Mercedes were the third-fastest team in Shanghai.
The Renaults started tenth and 16th after Petrov’s engine problem in qualifying, but scored points.
Sergio Perez picked up two penalties for collisions during the Chinese Grand Prix.
Lotus became the first of the second year teams to beat an established team in a straight fight.
The two FW33s saw the chequered flag but were almost half a minute outside the points.
Rookie Paul di Resta continued his impressive start to the year at Shanghai.
Buemi had to replace his front wing and Alguersuari was the only driver to retire.
Jerome D’Ambrosio out-qualified Timo Glock for the first time and finished ahead in the race too.
A drive-through penalty failed to stop Vitantonio Liuzzi from beating his team mate again in China.
Williams have made their worst start to a season since 1979.
Mark Webber started 18th, fell to 20th, yet somehow finished third. Find out how.
A bumper crop of pictures of all the cars in a thrilling Chinese Grand Prix.