Rubens Barrichello says he is setting his sights on winning the European Grand Prix, despite rival McLaren dominating qualifying at Valencia.
The Brawn driver will start from third position behind Lewis Hamilton and Heikki Kovalainen, although the Brazilian was the fastest driver of the day in Q2 with a best time of 1:38.076.
"I will try to win, that is all that matters to me," said the Brazilian. "Let's see what we have in a couple of hours when the fuel loads come about.
"In one way I am not on the very good side of the track, so it is not very clear. We need to see what it brings but I hope I have a really good start and I can be with the guys.
"If I have more fuel to be able to win, it will be a while before we can say anything."
Barrichello praised the work done by Brawn to recover from a series of disappointing races, and the veteran Brazilian feels his team is now in good shape.
"It was an excellent job from the team," said Barrichello. "Whenever the doors were open in the factory we were able to evaluate a lot of stuff and sometimes in life you need to go back to go forward.
"It is a good job to evaluate things and again to comment and to take the best out of the set-up. We did a good job, the tyre were workings well. In Hungary they were not. The car is in good shape."
Team-mate Jenson Button qualified in fifth place, but the Briton was not too displeased with the result, especially considering the two Red Bull drivers were behind him.
"I struggled with the car on low fuel, but when we put fuel on board the car was much better and had a much better balance," he said. "I went wide in Turn 4, which screwed me in Turn 5 and I lost a couple of tenths but, still it would have been P4. In a way it's better to be P5 on the clean side here.
"It's not too bad a position. Vettel is just in front but hopefully not for long. Obviously the McLarens were very quick this session and impossible to catch so it's not too bad."