Force India boss Vijay Mallya insists the team will continue to use brave strategies as they look to stay sixth in the standings.
A mid-season slump saw the Silverstone-based squad drop below McLaren in the Constructors' Championship while Sauber closed the gap on them by picking up 38 points in four races.
However, Force India put an end to their poor run of form during their "home race" in India on Sunday as Paul di Resta and Adrian Sutil finished eighth and ninth respectively.
That helped them to maintain a 23-point lead over Sauber with only three races left this season and they will once again hope that both their drivers finish in the points in Abu Dhabi with Paddy Power offering good odds.
Mallya admits they were forced to come up with a different strategy on Sunday to keep their rivals at bay
"We are making baby steps at a time in trying to get the set-up right within the mechanical design constraints to optimize our performance," he told the official Formula One website. "So yes, this input is taking place - race by race. Over and above those inputs, we also try to imagine out-of-the-box strategies."
Force India will no doubt be hoping that Sauber finish behind them at the Yas Marina Circuit and you can bet on this and more at Paddy Power.
He added: "I don't want to talk about Sauber. We gained six points on them at the weekend - they were obviously hoping to gain six points or more on us, but fortunately it worked in our favour.
"I don't know what happened to Nico (Hulkenberg) and why he retired, but he was going well until that point. But be that as it may, yes, we will continue to think out of the box, we will continue to score points and we will continue to make baby steps. This will be our strategy for the remaining three races."