Strakka Racing hope to continue their success this weekend in Aragon as they seek their second race win of the 2014 Formula Renault 3.5 season.

The British outfit took their first victory in Monza with series veteran, Will Stevens at the helm. The Caterham Racing Academy driver has historically performed well in Motorland and will endeavour to add to last year's second and fourth place finishes at the Spanish circuit.

"After Monza and its emphasis on low drag, Motorland is back to a more traditional track and one that I am always strong at", he said. The Briton secured his first Formula Renault 2.0 Eurocup win at the same circuit back in 2011.

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Ahead of this weekend's race, the twenty-two-year-old further acknowledged that, despite his previous success, there is still room for improvement.

"There are lots of positives to take away from Italy. We now need to keep working hard and we need to improve our qualifying" he said, referencing his fourteenth place grid slot for the second race in Italy.

"We have spent a lot of time since Monza with the team, poring over the data and looking at matching our race pace in qualifying", he continued.

Despite winning race one, Strakka Racing struggled on the Sunday as Matias Laine finished outside the points in fourteenth and Stevens' incident with Will Buller saw him retire.

For Laine, who suffered a steering problem in race two, consistent qualifying will be crucial in Aragon.

"Qualifying is the key, we have really good race pace so starting a little further up the grid is what I am aiming for in Spain", he said matching the sentiments of his team mate.

With the second race weekend looming, Stevens sits second in the championship with his Finnish team mate fifteenth. Strakka Racing currently sit third in the team battle behind fellow British outfits, Arden and Fortec Motorsports.