Monaco preview quotes: Virgin
Timo Glock: "The double finish in Spain was a nice reward for all the hard work by the team and we hope that was a turning point for us. As we overcome our reliability issues we need to turn our focus to bringing more performance to the car, so there's still quite a road ahead for us. Nevertheless, we are all looking forward to the team's first Monaco Grand Prix this weekend. It's a fantastic race from every point of view and a very busy weekend on and off the track. It is always special to return here and the thrill of racing here never seems to diminish because it's such a challenging track to drive and there's a lot of spectacle to go with it, not to mention a lot of promotional activities as well. I think it will be an interesting weekend because it is not often that we see the kind of weather we are expecting here - rainy and overcast rather than the usual high ambient and track temperatures. I'm looking forward to it."
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