Mercedes are promising a "big effort" in the final seven races of the season as they look to finish second in the Constructors' Championship.
After impressing mid-season with three wins in five races, Nico Rosberg and Lewis Hamilton were not quite able to match those performances in Belgium and Italy.
They finished the European season on a bit of a low as they only picked up 10 points between them at Monza and were overtaken in the team standings by Ferrari.
Team principal Ross Brawn, though, insists they are determined to finish behind Red Bull in the standings and promises to go all out starting from this weekend's Singapore Grand Prix.
"There has been a lot of hard work at our factories in Brackley and Brixworth since the summer shutdown and the developments that we have found will be introduced during the upcoming flyaway races," he said.
"Whilst our design and development priorities are naturally increasing towards our 2014 efforts, our aim is to extract the maximum from the car we are racing and regain our second position in the Constructors' Championship.
"This will require a big effort from the team combined with consistent points finishes from Nico and Lewis."
Mercedes struggled at the low downforce tracks while the likes of Ferrari blossomed, but Merc motorsport chief Toto Wolff feels there could be another shift in momentum.
"We expect the return to maximum downforce configuration to suit our car and we may see another shift in the competitive order between the teams," he said.
"Singapore is a highlight of the Formula One calendar, with its unique setting and night race format, and provides the cars and drivers with tough tests of reliability and concentration during a race which usually lasts the full two-hour time limit.
"We will bring new developments to the car once again for this race and we are all focused on maximising the opportunities for both Lewis and Nico, in order to re-establish ourselves in second position in the Constructors' standings."