Robert Kubica says he is comfortable with the structure and approach of the Renault team despite the changes the team underwent during the winter.
After weeks of uncertainty over its future in the sport, Renault announced it was selling part of the team to the Luxembourg-based Genii Capital, a company led by businessman Gerard Lopez. The team also has a new team principal in Eric Boullier.
After the changes, Kubica sought reassurances, as he had signed with Renault before the reshuffle. But the Pole now says he is happy with what he has seen.
"There have been quite a lot of changes during the winter. Not many, but a few very significant," Kubica told reporters during the launch of the new car.
"But after a bit of uncertain days we quite liked the approach of the new owners of the team, and the way the team will approach the season, so it was quite easy, especially as I visited the factory a few times during the winter and I liked the way the team works and how everything looks.
"I'm not saying facilities wise, but how the people approach racing. I think we have quite a lot of commons goals in the way we see how we should approach this season."
He added: "You can see that during the winter many things happened and there were many uncertain things. The general feeling was always good and I never had to worry about the possibility of leaving Renault, which didn't happen. In Abu Dhabi I found a funny story from journalist who said Renault will retire, why don't you sign with Toyota?"
Kubica, whose team endured a difficult 2009 season, admitted it was very hard to judge what Renault's form will be this year.
"To be honest I think it's very difficult to judge where we will be standing. There's everything to discover. Of course there are names like Ferrari, McLaren and maybe Red Bull, maybe Mercedes, but you never know."
"Everything has to be discovered and I think after the end of February we will have a bit more of an idea. We have quite a good program to improve the car in February and that's for sure what will have a big effect on our performance."