Mark Webber is convinced that Red Bull Racing will bounce back to form in Turkey, following a fairly low-key showing in Monaco.
The Milton Keynes-based team has been Brawn's closest challenger so far this season, but Sebastian Vettel has been pipped to that accolade by Ferrari in Monaco - despite qualifying with a very low fuel load.
Webber, who starts eighth, thinks that the Monte Carlo form is not indicative of Red Bull slipping away from Brawn -- and is purely down to his team's car not suiting the Monaco circuit as well as other venues.
"There are no fast corners here," he says. "It's a different layout, a different venue and you need a car that is good at it. Our car has been quick at every track from Melbourne through to now, and this is the first time we've been down a little bit.
"I mean, the car is still bloody quick. There are some teams in a lot more trouble than us."
Webber does not believe that there is any link between the team's showing in Monaco this weekend and the introduction of its double-decker diffuser.
"There was just no testing. It will go to Turkey. No one from our factory has put anything on the car that hasn't worked. There is no reason to suggest that you know... because of the level we have been operating at it's so easy to drop one per cent off that and then you are a bit disappointed. But then you think that is a good sign for us.
"We would like to have done a bit better in qualifying. We can still grab reasonable points in the race but maybe not as big as we have been getting."