Ferrari boss Luca di Montezemolo says the Italian squad must approach the Australian Grand Prix with "great humility" despite its brilliant start to the season.
Fernando Alonso led teammate Felipe Massa to a 1-2 in the season-opening Bahrain Grand Prix two weeks ago as the Maranello squad enjoyed a dream start to the season after a difficult 2009.
But despite the perfect result, Di Montezemolo is not getting carried away and says the team must work with humility and stay realistic.
"We need some great humility in this race," di Montezemolo told Ferrari's official website. "We know that we have to work and there is still lots to be improved, such as performance and reliability: It's important to stay realistic.
"In Melbourne, it will be fundamental to have a good qualifying on Saturday, because as usual on city circuits, also here in Australia to start from the front will determine the final outcome."