Red Bull Racing have downplayed the impact the FIA's ruling on their 'hole' will have, saying they weren't going to use it at every race.
On Saturday, the FIA ruled that the holes in the floor of Red Bull's RB8 were illegal.
Motorsport's governing body stated that they "consider it implicit that fully enclosed holes may not be located" on the step plane of a car's floor.
As such, Red Bull have to remove the hole ahead of next weekend's Canadian Grand Prix.
However, according to advisor Helmut Marko the team had no intension of using that specific floor in Montreal.
"We had not planned to use this floor in Montreal anyway," Marko told Autosport.
"We had prepared a different configuration using a flat version of the floor. Therefore we do not need to modify the cars in Canada."
Marko also revealed that Red Bull are not the only team impacted by Saturday's ruling.
"This concerned other teams too, not only RBR," he said.
'FIA declare Red Bull RB8 illegal'