Daniil Kvyat says Red Bull's progress going forward will be 'step-by-step', warning that it will not be producing miracles in its quest to return to form.

Using the in-season F1 test at the Circuit de Catalunya to work on bringing the RB11 up to speed following a lacklustre start to the season, Kvyat was content with the progress made despite a hydraulic problem limiting him initially.

Eventually completing more than 100 laps, Kvyat is certain Red Bull can learn something from the day, even if the Russian emphasises that the team is unlikely to make a single leap any time soon.

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"We had a positive afternoon and I think we got some important things done for ourselves, for myself. Let's see what we can learn form today and hopefully it will help us in the next races."

"I think there are no miracles but we will try to learn something from today and we will try to put it all together step-by-step. Hopefully we will get there. I think we shouldn't expect massive steps from ourselves, I think we should take it building things up together step-by-step."

"[The engine] is not a one day fix. So today from Renault's side everything's been OK as far as I know, so I think it will be important to see the same progress now in future races."