Bruno Senna thinks Williams can look forward to one of its more competitive outings in Singapore this weekend.
The high-downforce nature of the Marina Bay circuit should play well to the strengths of the FW34.
And, after Senna scored a single point for the team at the Italian Grand Prix a fortnight ago, he is positive that an even bigger haul should be possible this time out.
"Singapore should suit our car because it's a high downforce and load circuit and that's where the car feels at home the most," he said.
"Of course it's hard to judge where we will be as others teams are improving all the time, but if we can score points in Monza then we should be looking to get further into the top ten in Singapore.
"I had a good performance there last year as well so that always gives you a boost before a race."
At Singapore in 2011, Senna outpaced team-mate Vitaly Petrov on what had been a difficult weekend for the then Renault outfit.