SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - APRIL 04: Awer Mabil #17 of Adelaide United celebrates his goal with team-mates during the round 24 A-League match between Sydney FC and Adelaide United at Allianz Stadium on April 4, 2015 in Sydney, Australia. (Photo by Joosep Martinson/Getty Images)

The words of Ferrari President Sergio Marchionne rang out in determined fashion in the room that hosted the team's annual Christmastime meeting with the press earlier this week where he told everyone in attendance that the Maranello based outfit is giving it's all and still has a great will to win.

“We have restructured and I prefer to look to the future in a different way,” he explained. “I don't regret the choices made, they were well thought out, so there's no need to change ideas.”

At the end of a season that was far from easy, the bosses at the Scuderia are, above all, thinking and looking to the upcoming 2017 Formula One Championship season…

“There are still many things missing,” the President added. “But the team is the team and it was put in place over a period of years and we're not about to change it now. Our working practice is already different to what it was back in August, which is when Mattia Binotto took over the reins. The organizational change was also partly made to bring some calm. Put in the work and the results will come.”

Ferrari finished 2016 in third place overall without a single victory to their credit.