Robbie Kerr is going into the fourth round of the A1 Grand Prix Championship confident he can finally break A1 Great Britain's duck in the series after qualifying on the second row of the grid at Sepang.
Replacing Beijing podium sitter Oliver Jarvis in the car by virtue of his experience of the Malaysian circuit, Kerr is eager to repeat his form from racing there last season when he came third in the first race before retiring in the second having led some of the way.
Just four points behind Mexico in the standings in third place, Great Britain have had a consistent start to the season but have not yet come close to ending their victory drought.
Nonetheless, fourth on the grid is their best of the season so far with the former British Formula Three Champion eager to complete the win that has thus far eluded the team since entering last season.
“Sepang's a good open track so I'm confident we can push for a win tomorrow,” he claimed. “The racing's usually pretty good here and the track really lends itself to overtaking opportunities, subject to the weather of course!
"We had a competitive car in qualifying and we now know what works and what doesn't in relation to set-up. I can't wait to go racing tomorrow!”