"We used the last few days to build a better understanding of the problem and translate that into ways to address it in the future.
"Our next stop takes us to Barcelona, a track that we know better than any other circuit on the calendar.
"However, we usually go to Spain for winter testing and in spring weather for the first race of the European season.
"This year, we're facing the heat of August with air temperatures of 30 degrees and more, in clear sunny skies.
"Our relative performance seems stronger in slightly cooler conditions, so the heat will definitely make it more challenging, but we're excited to get back on track and find out if we've made a step in the right direction."