The FIA has been asked to look closer at the area of flexi-wings and issue a clarification about the matter prior to the Australian Grand Prix.
Autosport.com understands that the governing body received a letter signed by eight of Ferrari's rivals in Malaysia on Sunday morning expressing their concern about the matter - and especially the flexibility of Ferrari's front wings.
The teams want the situation to be sorted before the next race of the season in Melbourne to clear up what they believe is a grey area in the rules.
There is believed to be a threat that if the matter is not resolved, or Ferrari continue to use their current design of front wings, then there is the possibility of a protest being lodged at a future race.
The letter comes after a series of meetings in the Sepang paddock on Saturday night and Sunday morning to discuss the issue.