Paul di Resta is looking forward to taking a breather for the next few weeks following an impressive start to his Formula One career.
The 25-year-old rookie will head into the summer break with eight points to his name following a career-best seventh-place finish at Sunday's Hungarian Grand Prix.
Di Resta, who was nearly taken out by Lewis Hamilton midway through the races following a spin from the McLaren driver, admits was relieved to be back in the points at the Hungaroring after eight races without a top 10 finish.
"We've three weeks now for everybody to recharge their batteries, be happy and just enjoy it," said Di Resta.
"If something had happened it would have been very disappointing, but after this, it's just nice now.
"Adrian (Sutil) scored a lot of points in the last race in Germany, I scored a lot of points in Hungary. It's a big boost to the team.
"The performance updates that have come through have benefited us and we have taken advantage of it."
Sutil's eight points in Germany and Di Resta's seventh place in Hungary have helped Force India to close the gap on sixth-place Sauber in the Constructors' Championship.
Di Resta is confident the team will keep up the good work once the season resumes at the end of August.
"Going to Spa and Monza (Italian Grand Prix) we can be fairly optimistic of scoring good points, the Scot said.
"They've been good tracks for the team in the past, so we need to be aggressive, but at the same time be methodical and have a good, solid approach.
"This year is a bit different to last when we started well, only to fade away.
"This year we started out average, but we are now the chasing team, with updates pushing us on and we're getting a good understanding.
"It's something new for the team, but we're young and we'll certainly give it a shot."