A1 Team Canada driver, Sean McIntosh has said that they will need to find a 'bit more' for the race Sunday, after scrapping into the top ten in qualifying at Dubai, the sixth round of the A1GP series.

McIntosh, who is suffering from a cold and who is consequently not feeling 100 per cent, added that the handling of the car is far from perfect.

"I definitely would have liked to have been higher up but considering the way things have been going this weekend, we've been struggling a little bit here and there, so by moving into the top ten at least we're in a position to score some more points tomorrow," he noted.

"We made a positive change to the car from practice to qualifying which took a bit of getting used to but overall I'm pleased. It would have been better to have had the first session to learn a bit instead of learning on the new set of tyres but I took what the car gave me and now we need to find a bit more for the race.

"Starting from ninth will be interesting - it's tough going into the first corner in the middle of the pack as I found out in Australia when I was involved in an accident that put me to the back. I just need to watch out and make it through."

 

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