Adopting the car is the problem here because Ferrari is so good in making cars towards the drivers liking that driver have sometimes just wink and car respond it equally. All other teams develop car with their needs and don't take driver's opinion in the early phase.eg is the side view mirrors all the cars have their mirrors along side the cockpit while Ferrari have its on the outside of the radiator air intakes and this is been done on the request of Michael Schumacher.
As for the PF1 guide a good thing to read but what Force India is waiting
Reasons To Be Positive: Nothing has gone wrong yet.
Reasons To Be Worried: ...Because they haven't launched yet. Owner Vijay Mallya is talking prudence, while Giancarlo Fisichella and Adrian Sutil will only have two prolonged tests before the season starts - far from ideal considering the team, in their own words, have taken on "quite a major undertaking in effectively redesigning quite a bit of the car" since November to assimilate a brand new Mercedes engine and a gearbox supplied by McLaren.
Anything better than a disaster at the end of the March would be relatively impressive... [/highlight][/highlight]