Christijan Albers has said that he 'really wants to get a good a result' in Malaysia next weekend, the second round in the 2007 FIA Formula 1 World Championship.

Albers didn't last long in Australia and he was forced out after just 10 laps, when he spun off into the gravel at turn three. There was no mechanical reason for the off, he simply missed his braking point, after his attention was diverted while he was trying to sort something out in his cock-pit.

"I'm looking forward to the second race now as we all know the first did not go so well! I really want to get a good result, especially with the team working so hard to push the update through," he pledged. "Sepang is a very interesting track and I'm looking forward to getting there and getting back on track."

Albers' Spyker team-mate, Adrian Sutil meanwhile, who finished on his race debut, albeit two laps down, will be out to gain more experience, in what is his rookie year.

He will be keen though not to pick up any more penalties, after getting two in the race in Melbourne, one for ignoring the blue flags and another for crossing the white 'blend' line as he exited the pits.

"I've never raced at Sepang before, but I am familiar with the layout and am looking forward to getting back in the car. I learnt a lot in Australia and now I want to put that into practice in Malaysia. The aim is to be fast, not to pick up any penalties - which I know won't happen again - and do a good race," he summed-up.