Force India might not have been doing great in the ongoing F1 season, but there are plenty of things to look forward to. The team drivers Sergio Perez and Nico Hulkenberg are positive of a good show ahead of the Canadian Grand Prix on 7 June.
Perez was amongst the points during the Monaco Grand Prix, as he finished seventh and ahead of McLaren's Jenson Button, which was an achievement in itself. Perez has accumulated 11 points in the season so far and the Mexican is in confident mood after some good races, especially the last one.
"I'm very positive at the moment. I feel I'm driving at my best and getting the most from every race. Monaco was pretty much a perfect weekend in terms of maximising our potential. I don't think I could have come away with more from that race. So it was a very satisfying result for the whole team," F1 official website quoted Perez as saying.
Perez enjoys driving in Montreal and will be eager to secure some more points for Force India on one of his favourite tracks. If he is able to repeat his 2012 performance, where he finished third for Sauber-Ferrari, it will be a huge achievement for Force India.
He will also be eager to correct last season's performance in Montreal, where Force India threw away a good position to start with.
"Montreal is one of my favourite tracks," he added. "I still remember my podium there in 2012 - that was such a special result. Last year's race was also one of my best, until the final lap! It was a race we had a real chance to win, but things just didn't go our way in the end."
Another Force India driver Hulkenberg also loves the track at Montreal and considers it to be one of his favourite races in the season.
He will be eager to make amends after failing to secure any points for his team in their last race -- the Monaco Grand Prix. The track for the Canadian Grand Prix is said to be a power circuit and teams need to have a good engine to deliver the goods.
Hulkenberg believes that the track in Montreal will suit Force India.
"I am looking forward to getting back to racing in Canada after leaving Monaco empty-handed. The track in Montreal should be one that suits us. It's a power circuit because of the long straights and you need good traction to get out of the low-speed corners," said Hulkenberg.
He also thinks that the team can target some points during the race.
"To be quick you need to attack the kerbs and be brave enough to get close to the walls. We will have soft and supersoft tyres again, which worked quite well for us in Monaco, so I think we can target points this weekend."