Having secured their first double points-haul of the campaign in China, Williams are seeking a repeat performance at the upcoming Bahrain race.
After 56 laps of intense racing and a few worrying moments for those on the pit wall, Bruno Senna and Pastor Maldonado brought their cars home in seventh and eighth places on Sunday.
It was Williams first double points-haul of the season and, in that one race, they scored the double the points they did the entire 2011 campaign.
"Getting both cars into the points is a very good result and one that every single person in the team can be proud of, especially given the disappointing 2011 season," said Chief Operations Engineer Mark Gillan.
"The team has been further invigorated by this result to push even harder in what is clearly a very tightly spaced grid, with fierce competition."
As for his drivers, Gillan said: "I am very pleased with both of their performances and they fought very hard during the race against stiff competition to secure ten points in total.
"Their feedback during the event is also excellent which helps us further develop and optimise the car."
Williams are now hoping for an equally strong Bahrain result, although Gillan admits it won't be easy.
"On the back of a good weekend in China we are aiming to get both cars into the points again this week. Bahrain will be a tough race, not least due to the high ambient temperatures which can necessitate opening the engine cover body-work to the maximum."