Williams driver Pastor Maldonado has targeted an improvement for his second half of the 2012 Formula One World Championship.
The Venezuelan won his first Grand Prix of his career earlier this season in Spain, but at other races he has faltered, failing to finish in the points again.
His only other points finish this season was during the third race of the season where he finished eighth.
‘There are still nine races to go, which is quite a lot, so we have time to recover, I will do my best in the second half of the season to recover the loss and will never back off. he told Autosport Magazine.
Williams are currently seventh in the Formula 1 constructors’ world championship, 27 points behind Sauber in sixth place and only 7 points ahead of Force India.
‘We need more points and we need to improve and learn from the mistakes. Every time I go on track, I try to learn and constantly improve. That is my approach.
‘For [various] reasons, we didn’t get any points after Barcelona. But this is racing.
Those reasons included crashing into Pedro de la Rosa at Monaco, a crash during the Canadian qualifying which left him well down the grid, crashing into Lewis Hamilton in Valencia and receiving a time penalty, crashing into Sauber’s Sergio Pérez at Silverstone, finishing outside the points after a strong qualifying in Germany and crashing once more in Hungary with Paul di Resta.
Team-mate Bruno Senna may not have had a big points haul like Maldonado, but the Brazilian has shown consistent race pace finishing the points on six occasions to score 24 points.