"We could see that in 2010 we ended the year with a good technical package, a really competitive bike, and now one year later I think it is still the case. With the introduction of fuel injection by us and other manufacturers I think this has moved the goal posts forward in terms of 'rideability' - there is no 'bogging' - while new noise limits have made things more difficult from a technical side. I am not saying that it is easy to gain power because of fuel injection on this bike but I think the technical challenge with FI and noise regulations means you have to work quite a lot on these things to have a powerful, rideable and quiet engine and I believe we managed to do that last year already. It is pretty complicated and we did a good job last year to still be in a position engine-wise with the bike we have now. There are limitations; one of those has been with the rider this season, as I have explained. There have also been restrictions with budget and staff. We can do a good job with one rider but we have been under-staffed and it has been a fight against time. I don't think we will make any huge steps in the next year but we have stuff coming and we can still improve."