German F1 driver Sebastian Vettel suggests Ferrari doesn't need to change anything for achieving podiums in the remaining three rounds of this Formula 1 season. Vettel has not finished in the top three since the Italian GP.
Vettel claims that the Italian manufacturer is not lacking anything and it has the potential to even win a race. Vettel talked to press in Mexico on Thursday, "I think what we need to do is exactly what we are doing.
"I don't think we are lacking anything. Obviously, in Austin, we were not as competitive as we'd like to be. In Japan, we had the potential to put both cars on the podium if we had started where we qualified.
"It's been very much up and down, probably the last 10 races, I guess. I don't think we need to change anything. It's clear that we have the car that we have.
"We know we are not favourites going into the weekend, but we are here to fight and I think we always have a chance to win and fight for a podium."
The former champion hasn't won a race this year and he believes Ferrari will be very strong in Mexico. Last year, both Ferrari and Vettel showed good performance at the same venue.
He added, "This is a track where no one really has a lot of experience and last year was actually very good in terms of pace.
"Obviously my race was not very good because I crashed, but the raw pace and speed were there."