Force India's Chief of Operations Otmar Szafnauer said the team is preparing a new front wing for the Bahrain Grand Prix.
The Silverstone-based team could have been Sergio Perez and Esteban Ocon at 11th and 12th in Melbourne, although they had a completely different vehicle in their test in Spain.
While maintaining confidence in the team VJM11, it has set a new front wing for Bahrain and aims to get the first points of the year here.
Szafnauer said the team had a good car and added that they are hopeful of new updates.
"Developing the tool is always as important as we have a new front wing for Bahrain, a piece that will complement the updates we've started to use in Melbourne."
"The vehicle we are currently using is completely different from the vehicle we use in the tests, and the learning process continues all the time."
"We have a new aerodynamic platform and it has a great potential for development and we are working on it and there are some parts in the first part where we can improve our performance."
Szafnauer said that it would not be easy for them to be fourth for the third consecutive time because everyone is very close to each other.
"Tests have shown us that the differences in the middle group have been significantly reduced, so we have a great surprise in Melbourne."
"I think this year there will be very close challenges between the teams and it will be a difficult task to be in the fourth." Despite everything, we only have one race and we know how quickly things have changed in Formula 1. "
"The development struggle has just begun, we have passed the teams around us last year and we can do the same again, and we will work hard to protect the fourth line and get back in there."