Ferrari team boss Stefano Domenicali is optimistic that a settlement will be achieved in the conflict over off-throttle exhaust blowing that has dominated the British Grand Prix weekend.
The Italian team and Sauber - which uses Ferrari engines - were the only two outfits which refused to agree to the FIA's offer to return to the pre-Silverstone rules situation when it was discussed in a meeting this morning.
After a weekend of arguments over the rules clampdown and associated concessions, the governing body had said it would allow the rules to revert to the Valencia specification, when off-throttle blowing was permitted but extreme engine maps banned, if all the teams agreed. But Ferrari and Sauber's position prevented this, leaving the situation uncertain.
But Domenicali said after the British GP that he thinks it "likely" that unanimity will be reached.