Hispania team boss Colin Kolles says there should be no repeat of the team's Australian Grand Prix difficulties at Sepang this weekend.
Tonio Liuzzi and Narain Karthikeyan's new F111s were still being completed in the pits and managed very few practice laps before failing to qualify for the Melbourne race. But Kolles is confident that with better preparation, Malaysia will run far more smoothly and the 107 percent qualification margin will be achieved.
"The expectations for Malaysia are to get back to normality," he said."We know that the car has potential and we hope that we will be able to get all updates on the cars. The 107 percent should not be an issue under normal circumstances."
Liuzzi agreed with Kolles that Australia would be quickly forgotten and Sepang should see better form.
"I am really confident and motivated for this race," he said. "I'm sure things will be a lot different from Australia because we are better prepared and conscious of what we need to do."