With both drivers becoming more at home in their Mustangs, Davison believes he and De Pasquale will shine in the second half of the season.
"It’s all relative, isn’t it. Most teams out there would be envious to have the results Anton and I have had," Davison said.
"We’ve had 15 podiums between us and plenty of pole positions.
"We’re right there, weekend in weekend out, but naturally wins are what is expected for us and we feel that.
"We are consistent, we’re right there no matter what, our bad days are right there.
"Naturally winning is what we are after, but that doesn’t just come for free in this game as we all know.
"We are up against some fierce opposition, particularly the Triple Eight guys and Cam [Waters] and Chaz [Mostert] that have got quite a lot of continuity with their teams.
"We’re pretty happy with what we’re doing.
"It’s not easy, there’s no magic or silver bullet, just that innate understanding of each other in the team and what makes it tick in relatively short amounts of time, and in the pressure cooker of qualifying sessions.
"The car is great, it's just a few times in race trim we’ve just needed a little bit more and I need a bit better understanding of the car without making mistakes."
Davison will resume his 2021 campaign at Winton across October 2-3.