Sebastian Vettel’s Hungarian GP victory boosts Ferrari’s expectation to continue that form when the Formula 1 starts again in Belgium later this month.
Following a comparative performance slump following Vettel’s win in Malaysian GP, during which Williams emerged as the other potential contender to challenge Mercedes dominance, Ferrari is now once again in hot hunt of its winning German rival.
The Four-time world champion has suggested that Ferrari have moved away from their initial targets for 2015.
“With a second win, several podiums and after some major changes made by the team over the winter, we are now beyond our initial planned target. Vettel told Sport Bild
“We want to repeat the magic of the past. It is an ambitious goal, but I believe the potential is huge.
“We are obviously trying to catch them as soon as possible. We know it isn’t easy as they have a powerful engine, a strong car and two strong drivers. But we are getting closer and closer, and at some stage we will turn the situation around.”