Esteban Gutierrez says his main aim is to improve his qualifying consistency this season.
The Mexican made his F1 debut last year and scored six points, thanks to seventh place at the Japanese Grand Prix. Despite his race performances improving throughout the season, he often struggled in qualifying and only managing to start ahead of his team-mate Nico Hulkenberg once.
With Adrian Sutil joining the team in 2014, Gutierrez admits that qualifying is his weakest area and is something he has to work on if he wants to move up the grid and establish himself as a team leader.
When asked in an interview with Crash.net what he feels his biggest weakness is, he replied: 'I'd say qualifying. A...
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