Ferrari have warned the team is working on a “short-term fix” for the Canadian Grand Prix after both drivers were forced to retire.
Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz suffered mechanical failures in Baku which cost the Monegasque a shot of victory.
Ferrari said: “Charles’ engine arrives at the factory tomorrow, an initial assessment should be completed by the evening.
“Hydraulic components from Carlos’ car have already been examined. A short-term fix is in place for Canada, while work is on-going on mid/long-term solutions.”