Ferrari boss Stefano Domenicali has suggested his team is not planning to lodge a protest against Red Bull after the Monaco Grand Prix.
There was speculation after the race that rival teams would protest the legality of Red Bull's floor design.
Ferrari, McLaren and Mercedes are believed to have questioned the design of a 'hole' in the floor ahead of the rear wheels of Red Bull's car. Domenicali said, however, there were no plans to protest the design in Monaco.
"At the moment there is no indication that that is the intention," said Domenicali.
Red Bull boss Christian Horner said it would be a shame it someone protested, but insisted he is convinced there is nothing illegal about his cars.
"I'd be disappointed if there was," Horner told Sky. "It would be a shame for that to happen after the race, but we are totally confident that the car complies with the rules.
"We have got clarification that the technical director agrees with our interpretation. You know, we are totally comfortable with the car we have entered here, we've run it like this for other races as well. So we will see, but it will be disappointing if there was."