Ferrari aiming for minimum of two race wins in 2015
Ferrari haven't set their goals particularly high for the 2015 season with new team principal Maurizio Arrivabene saying "two or three" race wins would satisfy him.
He made the comments during a Christmas lunch with Ferrari president Sergio Marchionne on Monday in Maranello.
The pair both stressed that the results of Ferrari's recent restructure won't be felt in their entirety until at least the 2016 season when they will set their sights much higher.
"Two or three wins," replied Arrivabene when asked what would be a satisfactory outcome next year, before adding: "If we win four, we will go to heaven."
The team failed to win a single race in 2014 - the first time Ferrari has gone a full season without a victory since 1993 - which led to a massive company-wide restructure in the hope of getting them back to the front by 2016.
"In my conversations with [Mercedes bosses] Toto Wolff and Dieter Zetsche, the process of allowing them to have the outstanding year they had this year was a decision that was taken a couple of years ago," explained Marchionne.
"It took a good two years to mature in terms of the technical solution. Ferrari can probably get to the same place by the end of 2016," he added.