Toto talks overcoming obstacles and triple-header challenges ahead of the French Grand Prix.
'We will give it everything'
Following a tough Canadian GP weekend, the team has been working hard to analyse what happened and understand where improvements can be made.
"The weekend in Canada didn't meet our expectations," Toto admitted. "In the past, Montreal was a track where we were fighting for the win, but this year we lacked the performance on Saturday and Sunday.
"We analysed the weekend and understand why we didn't do better, but that doesn't change the fact that we left points on the table.
"This season's battle is intense and we need to be on top of our game every weekend to win races and to fight for this Championship.
"We are facing an exciting challenge this year and we will give it everything. This team has shown in the past that it is capable of overcoming obstacles and we are working hard to overcome this one as well."
'Unknowns add to the challenge'
This weekend marks the start of F1's first-ever triple header, with three rounds taking place in quick succession and pushing the teams to their limits.
Kicking off the triple-header is the French GP, which returns to the calendar for the first time since 2008 and presents teams with some unique challenges.
"France should be an interesting race," Toto explained. "We don't often get to race on a track where we have little to no historical data.
"It makes preparing for the weekend a bit trickier than usual, but that element of the unknown also adds to the challenge.
"The French Grand Prix marks the first race of the triple header, which will test all F1 teams to their limits, but also offers the chance to score a lot of points over the course of three weeks - which is precisely what we're setting out to do."