Wednesday May 2nd, 2001
The Jaguar Racing team have been working hard to develop their R2 into a points-scoring car, but will not have a new aerodynamic package until the Canadian Grand Prix.
Technical director Steve Nichols joined the team as one of the winter changes and his impact, along with that of chief aerodynamicist Mark Handford, is expected to show through in the second half of the season.
Despite good reliability, the team has not yet scored a point in the five races so far this season, but they know the improvements are coming even though it will take another month.
Handford and his team of aerodynamicists have been working hard in the team's Californian wind tunnel and the revised floor and diffuser will make its appearance on the car in Canada.