Sahara Force India
has turned its focus to the 2014 F1 season according to driver Adrian Sutil, who has revealed that no further updates are planned for its current challenger.
The team has been one of the star performers this year and held fifth place in the championship standings until the Belgian GP at Spa, where McLaren
finally managed to get back ahead thanks to Jenson Button's sixth place.
The Silverstone-based team is now set for a battle to try and reclaim the position after deciding to end development of the VJM06, but Sutil said that didn't mean the team couldn't still keep the pressure on McLaren
in the points.
"There is nothing more new planned this year," he told Auto Motor und Sport
. "However, sometimes you win even if you are only optimising the existing package. You can still find a lot of time when you are working on improving what you already have. There are a number of ways that we can maximize the package we have.
"I remain optimistic because I believe that we have not taken everything out of this car and the new tyres. McLaren
has worked better but I think we still have a lot of potential, even without updates. We just need a better understanding of the package."