Manor's 2015 car cleared its throat for the first time today as the team appears on track to venture out on track for the Malaysian Grand Prix.

After failing to run during the Australian Grand Prix due to delays in setting up the software on the MR03, Manor successfully fired the Ferrari engine up in the Sepang pit lane today as plans come together to compete in the Malaysian race.

Indeed, driver Will Stevens is confident he and team-mate Roberto Merhi will be getting track time, though he admits he isn't setting himself any targets.

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"Clearly we're in a much better position than we were in Melbourne so that's the plan heading in to the weekend, but we'll take each session as it comes over the weekend.

"The main thing for the weekend is we just want to take it one step at a time and work our way through the weekend. Like I said, we're in a much better position than we were in Melbourne, so the main aim is to obviously stick to the run plan and get out and see where we're at.

"In terms of expectations we aren't setting ourselves any, so we'll take it easy at the start and then see where we end up."