"We need to share information between the drivers in the team and now I think all the data that we have from free practice, from qualifying for everything is very useful to compare and to analyze to make ourselves better.
"So this is only good news for the team and we will push each other to our own limits and this is good news for the team.
After claiming a fifth place finish in last weekend's season-opener, Lewis Hamilton is aiming for better in his Mercedes.
The 2008 world champion will start fourth on the grid and is targeting a podium finish.
"The car was not too bad in the dry but the balance could have been a lot better, then it was pretty tricky conditions in the wet during Q3," he told the team's official website.
"We did our lap with older tires than the guys in front, which was a bit unfortunate, but our pace was good overall so I can't complain.
"It's the second race on the second row for me and there are lots of positives to take out of the weekend so far.
"Our long run pace looked pretty good compared to the other teams so I'm hoping for dry conditions tomorrow."