Manor team Principal John Booth has announced that they are plans to run their 2015 car for the first time after the summer break.
Currently Manor running with modified 2014 car so far this season, with its biggest performance loss coming from last year’s Ferrari power unit.
Recently they shows positive signs, Manor has completed both the Chinese and Bahrain grands prix with both cars reaching the finish with out any trouble.
“Our aim has always been for the August break,” John Booth said.
“As with arriving in Australia it is a very aggressive target and will take a lot of achieving. But when we get back from these first four flyaway races we just really need to sit down and see if we can bring all the areas together that need bringing together to achieve that in that time frame.”
Booth is also confident that the existing investment is enough to keep the team running for several years.
“I’m sure there are prospects but we have a commercial plan that we’re comfortable is sustainable for our model and we’re confident in the investors we have now or the owner we have now to take us forward over the next few years.”