Ferrari were left wondering what might have been at the Portuguese Grand Prix, with a strong result for Charles Leclerc in sixth brought down a notch by Carlos Sainz finishing out of the points in 11th.
The team have looked much improved on last season, when the car struggled to be competitive, and have been consistently fighting with McLaren at the top of the midfield.
However, F1 commentator Lawrence Barretto has said Ferrari need to improve their strategy calls if they are to battle at the top of the grid.
"I think that they need to sharpen up their strategy. I think we've said that for how many years with Ferrari, I think they really do need to kind of knuckle that down," he told the F1 Nation podcast.
"Because at the moment they've got two drivers operating at a very high level, Carlos of all the people who have changed teams, is adapting the best. He settled in gracefully under the table much, much quicker than the likes of Fernando (Alonso), or Sebastian (Vettel).
"And I think they kind of need to make the most of that early doors before things start to change. And maybe they turn their attention to next year."