Timo Glock believes that he can bring his run of four races without a points finish to an end after qualifying sixth for the Singapore Grand Prix.
The 27-year-old German made it comfortably into the Q3 top 10 runoff despite team-mate Jarno Trulli managing only 15th on the grid.
"I start from sixth so it looks pretty good," said Glock. "I hope we can have a clean first lap then try to finish in the top six. I will be fighting for as many points as possible."
Glock added that he was pleased with the handling of the Toyota TF109 around the Marina Bay street track.
"I'm happy to be back in the top 10 again. I like this track and I feel confident in the car setup here," he said. "The car felt really good and it was nice to get through to third qualifying. I was really looking forward to my last run on new options but the red flag destroyed it. I know I could have improved my lap time and who knows where that would have put me."
Trulli blamed a general lack of grip for dropping out in Q2 after struggling to take a step forward on the improving track conditions since Friday.
"The main problem for me was a lack of grip," he said. "The track conditions seem like they have improved but we couldn't improve our lap times enough from yesterday. I am not sure why because Timo looked strong but I just had no grip at all.
"The car didn't feel particularly good so we didn't quite get it right today unfortunately. Anything can happen in the race tomorrow and I will fight as hard as I can but it will be difficult to score points from 15th."