Jolyon Palmer is confident that he can perform well in Brazil this weekend.
The Brit, who is fighting for his future with Renault, has enjoyed an upturn in for in the second half of the year, including his long-awaited first points in Malaysia last month.
Now 2014 GP2 champion Palmer is hoping to carry on that good form at the penultimate round of the season.
"I'm feeling good for Brazil as it should just carry on the good momentum that we've had in the second half the year," said Palmer.
"It was a shame not to qualify last time out as we could have shown even better improvement," he said. "One of my best grid spots was in prospect, but we made up for it in the race. The race pace has been good for a long time now, qualifying pace has been good too."
"We had some decent battles with the McLarens in Mexico, so I think we can be pretty confident going into Brazil," he added.
Bahrain International Circuit - Winter testing