19 May, 13:05
Brive travel to four-times Heineken Cup kings Toulouse on Friday before visiting Biarritz Olympique for a place in the Amlin Challenge Cup Final a week on Saturday.
Mola admits that Brive's small squad finally hit the wall against Racing, but he believes the spirit of his players will see them continue to give their all until the end of the season.
"We knew that one day we would break and we broke against Racing," said Mola, whose men are four points above the Top 14 relegation zone with three games remaining.
"Usually our defence is better than that. But we are not going to start everything all over again after the 22nd game of our league season. Before the Racing game it had worked well (Brive have the third best defence in the Top 14 behind ASM Clermont Auvergne and Toulon) so we won't change it now.
"The other teams battling to stay in the Top 14 have experienced these kind of results more than us and for us it is really the first time.
"We don't have the same size or strength of squad as many of the others teams…but whether you lose with 40 points conceded or 8 points conceded, the result is the same.
"This week we have to go to Toulouse and it isn't the best time to go to there. Part of me wants to admit that that it's actually the worst moment to go to Toulouse!
"But there are two ways to live this situation. We can pity ourselves and let people say: "Oh, poor Brive, they won't succeed", or we can be positive and fight until the end of the season until we have given our last drop of blood."