Robbie Kerr has Great Britain's first A1 Grand Prix win in his sights as he prepares for round three at Estoril in Portugal.
Kerr finished a season-best second behind France's Nicolas Lapierre in the main race at Lausitzring two weeks ago but aims to go one better on the ex-Formula One circuit of Estoril.
Kerr's mixed form so far has left Britain down in seventh in the standings, 15 points away from leaders Brazil.
But he hopes for improvements this weekend, saying: "I'm really looking forward to Estoril following on from the podium at Lausitzring.
" Everyone was really pleased but I've come back down to earth and am focusing on Estoril, this time to be one place higher.
"I haven't driven the circuit much, about 20 laps in a Formula Three car, so it will be a case of building up, changing a few things on the car and a gradual process. We will see what we've got and go from there."
Kerr's team-mate Alex Lloyd gets his first taste of A1 action at a race weekend now Britain have two cars at their disposal. Although nations are only allowed to enter one car in any one session, the delivery of a second machine gives Lloyd the chance to practice at Estoril.
Previously Britain have been unwilling to tinker with their only car by swapping between Kerr and Lloyd but team boss John Surtees has more room for manoeuvre.
He said: "At the moment the plan is to put Alex in the car for the first unofficial practice session and then Robbie for the second. All being well Robbie will then continue to compete over the weekend."