Citroen Junior Team driver Kimi Raikkonen has admitted his priority is a finish on next week's Jordan Rally.
The Finn has not finished either of the first two rounds of this year's World Rally Championship without using superally, with a day one crash on the Rally of Mexico earlier this month ending his participation in Leon after seven stages.
Since Mexico, Raikkonen has completed a two-day test in the south of France running without any problems from either his Citroen C4 WRC or the back injury which had ruled him out of a pre-Rally Mexico test.
"I'm learning more with every kilometre," said Raikkonen. "But what I need most is more experience, and these test kilometers are allowing me to go through the wide range of set-up options that the team has come up with.
"I'm still lacking kilometres in rally conditions. On an event that is as specialised as this one, it's vital to cover all the stages. I still need to get used to the Citroen C4 WRC on gravel and find a way of driving that suits my style.
"We're going to see what the gap is between myself and the frontrunners at the start of the rally and then just try to reduce it bit by bit."