McLaren's performance in Austria last weekend has given Jenson Button hope of realising a lifelong dream at Silverstone on Sunday.
Button achieved his best finish of the season in Spielberg as he guided his McLaren to sixth place - his fourth point-scoring finish in 2016.
And so encouraged is he at the progress being made by his team, the 36-year-old believes a first podium at the British Grand Prix could be in his sights.
Since making his Formula One debut in 2000 Button's best result at his home race has been three fourth-placed finishes in 2004, 2010 and 2014, something he is desperate to improve on this weekend.
"Finishing on the podium at the British Grand Prix is top of my 'to do' list in F1," he said.
"I've achieved pretty much everything else that I set out to do in F1, but I've never stood on the podium at Silverstone. I really want to do that and it would feel like a victory if I were to achieve it.
"Of course, the result in Austria last week really motivates everybody, and it raises everyone's expectations, too.
"It would be lovely to be able to claim that a podium this year might finally be possible, but, being realistic, that won't be possible this time.
"But I head to Silverstone feeling hugely encouraged by our progress, and just what we can achieve as a team when the variables are thrown into the air and all the teams are left to somewhat improvise: we can do great things."