Ferrari president Luca di Montezemolo has urged the team to finish the 2013 season on a high and fight for a few more podiums.
Although he still has a mathematical chance of winning the Championship with four races still to go, Fernando Alonso has already conceded the 2013 title to Sebastian Vettel.
With the title fight basically done and dusted, Ferrari and most other teams have already decided to switch their focus to next year's car as they look to get one over their rivals ahead of the introduction of the new 1.6-litre turbocharged V6 engines.
However, Di Montezemolo wants his drivers to show "maximum determination" in their fight for podiums in the remaining races.
"I read about assumed bellyaching or about the team concentrating only on 2014," he is quoted as saying by the official Ferrari website.
"I don't even want to hear that kind of talk: there are still four races to go where we will field Ferraris that are fighting for the podium with maximum determination from the drivers and the whole team.
"As for next season, there will be time enough to talk about it, and in fact I am pleased to see that the group dedicated to that task is working very hard with maximum concentration. Everyone is well aware what they must do."