Spirits were high heading into the Canadian Grand Prix, with our car typically going well at the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve, but we didn't prove to be the benchmark this time round.
"I think this is a major wake-up call for every single member of the team," Toto said after the race, where Valtteri and Lewis finished P2 and P5.
"Everybody needs to assess how to improve performance, to optimise those marginal gains that make all the difference.
"We went to Montreal expecting our car to be really strong and we are leaving Montreal seeing that we haven't been where we thought we should be.
"You need to find the right balance between pushing the development very hard and at the same time keeping reliability.
"This team has been extremely strong in the past at keeping reliability at a high level. That is not something that worries me.
"It is more that we have seen Ferrari has had the stronger car here. Stronger in qualifying, stronger in the race. At no point did we have a real chance of fighting for the win."