Following on from a chaotic Monaco GP that saw the team finish P4 and P5, F1 moves straight onto Spain and the Circuit de-Barcelona Catalunya.
There are some changes to the track layout in Barcelona with the removal of the final chicane. But the track is still a strong all-round test of an F1 car, so we'll be looking to learn as much as we can from our new upgrades.
"It's always a challenge when rain falls midway through a race and the Team handled it well in Monaco," said Toto.
"We made the right calls and scored some solid points. It is impossible to evaluate our upgrades on a circuit like Monaco, but at least we didn't have any nasty surprises.
"We now move on to Barcelona. Spain will provide an opportunity for us to establish a new baseline with the W14. It is a track that we are familiar with, although the removal of the final chicane will make it a much quicker lap.