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GP Week : Issue 57
>>F1 INSIGHT great relationship with Rob and the whole team. That’s always better for the work. And talking about mindset, you’re going to become a father and a lot of drivers say that when they became a father it changed the way they went racing. You don’t take so many risks. Ask Michael [Schumacher]... To be honest I already have the feeling that I will become a father. When I’m in the car I don’t even remember that, so I don’t think it’s really like that. I think it’s much better for you in your private life because it’s something really, really special. But when you drive you don’t remember that you have mother, you have father, you have son, you have wife. You just work for what you want. Last year you were fighting for the victory in Hungary – which result would satisfy you on Sunday? A podium for sure is a good result. It depends on the race. If you see that you cannot achieve the podium then good points are always important. But let’s concentrate on scoring some good points this weekend and if there’s something more than that then it’s always much more welcome. Was the race in Germany the race that you felt the best in the car this season? No I think Monaco was great, Germany was great, Silverstone was great and we had many, many good races even if we weren’t winning. I’m not really concerned about the driving, my driving point of view so I’m very happy. Unfortunately you make a perfect race and you’re not the winner, but we know we’re not the winner because this year is difficult. Do you think you could win this season? I don’t know. Maybe. I can’t say that because I’m not sure.