We’re pushing hard on every front to improve our competitiveness, and our aim is to bring continuous developments to both chassis and power unit to every race, at a rate that enables us to catch and pass the teams ahead of us.
Long straights, high-speed turns and a tyre-shredding surface serve up a formidable challenge at the Shanghai International Circuits. The layout, modeled on the Chinese character for ‘up’ or ‘above’, creates some unusually slow, winding corners – and challenging racing lines.
Fighting towards the back of the pack still isn't where we want to be. We know we’re not in a position to fight for points yet – but, little by little, we’re getting there. And we must keep pushing to ensure there are improvements coming for every race.