Williams' Nico Rosberg has said that he is hoping to be able to keep the momentum going this weekend in Belgium.

Rosberg has been on a roll in the last three races, scoring points in Hungary, Turkey and Italy, as well as making it through to Q3 and the top-ten shoot-out for pole at all three events.

Despite that form though, he isn't too getting carried away and he remains cautious ahead of this Sunday's grand prix, the 14th round in the 2007 FIA Formula 1 World Championship.

"Spa is wonderful. It's a great track for drivers, maybe the best one for us. It's very, very fast. I'm not overly optimistic, but we've clearly made progress since the test there and I hope we can keep that momentum going," said Nico.

"As we've shown in the past few races, we've delivered over and above our expectations, so I hope that we can continue that form and exceed our targets this weekend."

Alex Wurz meanwhile continues to struggle somewhat in the sister FW29 and the Austrian is running out of time to make an impression and ensure he keeps his drive in 2008.

Alex has however been encouraged by the recent form of his team-mate and now would like to take some of the glory himself.

"Spa is a fantastic race track so I'm very much looking forward to racing there. In terms of performance, I'm not really sure what we can expect. We tested there a few weeks ago, but it's difficult to tell how we will go in the race, but I think it'll probably be pretty close again," he continued.

"As a team, we'll go there with high hopes following Nico's sixth place in Monza. If we can secure some more points, we'll help to strengthen fifth in the Constructors' Championship for the team and that's my goal for the race."



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