Mercedes are determined to get back on track in Singapore after getting things wrong in the last two races.
After winning at Silverstone and Budapest, the Brackley-squad were touted as possible title contenders for the remainder of the season, but they took a couple of backward steps at Spa and Monza.
Not only did Championship leader Sebastian Vettel extend his lead with victories at both races, but Lewis Hamilton has now also dropped behind Fernando Alonso in the standings after the Ferrari driver claimed two P2s.
Mercedes motor sport director Toto Wolff, though, is confident they will feel "comfortable" at the next race as the Marina Bay Street Circuit should suit their car.
"At the last two races, let's say low-downforce races, I'd say Ferrari are also now ahead of us. This is what the results have shown us," he is quoted as saying by Press Association Sport.
"The reason is we just didn't get it right from the Friday. Now it's a matter of getting it right from Singapore onwards.
"Looking back, when we headed to Budapest we were expecting a really difficult weekend - very hot conditions, very twisty circuit and our problems with the tyres, but it turned out we were very competitive.
"When we discussed Spa and Monza we knew we had an efficient car and we were expecting solid results.
"But somewhere along the way we took a wrong turn, so now it's about going back, looking at that turn and improving.
"Singapore is more comparable to Hungary than anything else, so we should be feeling comfortable."
Mercedes are third in the Constructors' Championship behind Red Bull and Ferrari, but it has been a good season as Hamilton and Rosberg have won three races between them while the team have also secured eight pole positions.
Wolff added: "After so many pole positions and podiums, and with three wins, it's still a fantastic improvement on last year.
"You can't expect to be up there all the time. It's a learning process.
"We know what we've done wrong over the last two weekends, and it's a matter of improving.
"Overall, I'm still very satisfied, although there has still been some pain on a Sunday afternoon lately.
"But we saw at Monza the pace of the car was really good, with much less degradation than some of the cars running in front of us.
"We've some new parts for Singapore and Korea, so we'll keep pushing, and trying to do better."
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