Sahara Force India had some unfortunate parts to their campaign in last week's Chinese Grand Prix. The team now has its eyes firmly set on the upcoming race in Bahrain where it hopes to better its four-point finish in Shanghai.
Teammates Paul di Resta and Adrian Sutil were involved in a collision during the opening lap of last week's race and the Scot - finishing eight - felt he could have fared better. The track in Bahrain provides both him and his teammate with a fresh start.
"I'm looking forward to it. We're back in the hot weather and we were strong in the heat of Malaysia so there are no real worries. Last year the car worked well in Bahrain, which gives us confidence heading into the weekend," said di Resta. He had finished sixth last year.