Felipe Massa says Ferrari is likely to continue using its F-duct for the rest of the Spanish Grand Prix weekend after the system was run on Friday.
The Italian squad has introduced its own device for this weekend's race after testing a preliminary version in the previous event in China. Today's results left the team positive about the device and Massa reckons the team is very likely to race it.
"I think the chance is big, so we will run that. I think there is a big possibility to carry on with it," said Massa.
The Brazilian admitted, however, that he was disappointed with how his day had gone after finishing as eighth quickest.
"It was disappointing, especially the car balance wasn't very good, we need to analyze better what direction we should go for tomorrow, and analyze what happened last time we were here, as I was quite happy with how the car was then."
Massa said that the updates introduced in Spain were working as expected nonetheless.
"We brought new parts, which definitely you can see some improvements," he added. "For sure we were not the only team who brought new parts, we saw a very strong Red Bull, a competitive McLaren and a competitive Mercedes, so it is something we need to analyze for tomorrow, but definitely what we brought to the car is working."