Feb.18 (GMM) Anthony Davidson has predicted an uncompetitive start to the season for the embattled Super Aguri team.
The Briton, who is yet to have his position confirmed by the struggling Japanese outfit for 2008 despite being "confident" about retaining his race seat, issued the warning after the Leafield based team sat out most of the pre-season with financial difficulties.Super Aguri returned to the test circuit at Jerez last week, as other formula one teams began to wind down their winter programmes ahead of the first race of the season in Australia next month."I think it's going to be tough, with where the team are at the moment," Briton Davidson, who is 28, told reporters in Spain."We are still learning the systems and we have three more days (of testing) until we go to Melbourne."So it will be hard work for us. We are going to be one of the tail end cars, for sure," he added.