"There is no sense of entitlement in this team for future success, so we were quickly back to our usual race preparation routine after Japan.
"We know that the four remaining races are not going to be easy and we expect Mexico to be the most difficult one for us.
"The high altitude of the track brings some fairly unusual challenges as the low air density affects the downforce of the car, the cooling and the engine performance.
"It's a combination that doesn't particularly suit our car, but we will give it everything to try and limit the damage.
"We look forward to the fight and to the amazing Mexican crowd that shares our love for racing and turns the weekend into a brilliant celebration of motorsport."