Super Aguri's Anthony Davidson has said that he is happy with his season to date, even if he has yet to finish inside the top ten.

Speaking prior to his home grand prix this weekend at Silverstone, the Brit reckoned that he could have had a point or two already this year, like his team-mate, Takuma Sato, if he had just had a bit more luck.

"I am feeling good about my performances at the races so far. I am at the level where I wanted to be and achieved the results that I wanted to have," he stated.

"Without a little bit of bad luck here and there I would have had points in the bag, so I have taken even more pressure off myself in that respect. I am looking forward to the rest of the season and getting even more out of myself in the races to come."

Asked what he wants to achieve in the second half of the season, he said that he has only one goal, to get into the top eight and gets some points on the board.

"To score some points! I should have some in the bag by now after Canada, but that was not meant to be and I am sure that I am close to doing it. I can feel it coming," he continued.

"I was 11th again in Indy and have always been knocking on the door of the points scoring positions. I am waiting for another weekend like I had in Bahrain or Indy where it all came together, but with a little bit more luck on my side.

"And you do need the helping hand of luck from the other teams to allow you the opportunity to score some points, because when you are not one of the top four teams it is very difficult to do so without them faltering.

"But we are always there, we are nearly always finishing. We have a low attrition rate in our team and I think that the time will come for me soon," he summed-up.

For the record, thus far this season Ant has finished in every single grand prix he has contested - bar one, the recent French Grand Prix. His best results are three eleventh places - in Spain, Canada and America.

 

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