Monaco - Sebastian Vettel finished second in Sunday's Monaco Grand Prix and then warned Ferrari that the team has a lot of work to do if it is to catch pace-setting rival Mercedes.
Speaking to reporters after a tense and dramatic race, the four-time champion German expressed relief at finally gaining a respectable result for the Italian team.
But, he added, it was not much to celebrate on a day when his team-mate Charles Leclerc had started 15th on the grid and failed to finish after a thrilling charge in the early laps.
"Obviously, it's a great result for us and for the team," he said. "But this weekend has shown us that we have a lot of work to do. We are not yet quick enough compared to these guys.
"This was obviously a tough race to manage and here, in Monaco, something can always happen, which it did today. I think we had a good stop but Max must have had an incredible stop and I saw them (Verstappen and Bottas) touching in the pit-lane.