Ferrari are bringing forward some planned upgrades to their car after a disappointing showing at the season-opening Austrian Grand Prix.
Lead driver Charles Leclerc was runner-up on Sunday, but the car was a second off the pace in qualifying seventh.
At this weekend's Styrian Grand Prix, Ferrari will introduce some of the parts originally scheduled for the subsequent race in Hungary.
"We have to respond immediately," chief executive officer Louis Camilleri said.
"We know there's lots of work to do. This is certainly not the grid position that a team like Ferrari should have.