"My view has not changed a lot," said Kubica. "We did sit down but I think there was no top secret and no miracles in the talks. It was good to talk. But the situation was not really changed.
"Of course as a driver you always want the maximum, and you always want a better car and to be a bit quicker.
"Even if you win, you can always find things to improve and to get stronger. There is no secret that we did not develop as was predicted.
"Lately, we don't have big steps forward in performance but still we are managing good results. If we hadn't had the problem in Spa with the second pitstop most probably I would have finished three races in a row on the podium - even though there have been some strange circumstances.
"But still, maybe lap time wise we are not the strongest but reliability is very good and we are able to do strong results."