Singapore is a pretty fantastic place, and the race is always a challenge.
I have a great love for cuisine, so I'm always interested in local food, and there are so many interesting dishes, spices and ingredients in India.
It's always fantastic to be on the podium, and, of course, the top step is always our target.
I usually sleep ten to eight hours per night. I sometimes also have a nap in the afternoon.
Tyre management has always been part of the qualifying strategy and the race itself. I don't know about others; I just know that I always push as much as I can to obtain the best result possible.
Our regular fitness programme means that the race lasting longer than others should not be a problem, but something you have to prepare for in Singapore is ensuring you always keep well-hydrated, as the heat and humidity can easily dehydrate you.
I think I am disciplined when I need to be, and relax when I can.
I love street races; there's something about racing in the middle of a city.
You never want to concede a place, but when you're leading the race or fighting for a podium position, you can find ways to make your car very wide!
I did almost every job in the bank. It was real life, waking up in the morning, putting on a suit and tie and then having to go to work.
I like to smile a lot before going in the car. I make jokes, even on the grid, and then I can still manage to focus when it counts.
Every track has its challenges, but Suzuka is a continuous test of a driver's skills, and I think that's what makes it so beautiful to drive.
My wife is used to Formula One, and she understands the life.
Singapore is a pretty special race with it being held at night; it makes a great show for the fans.
Monaco is a very special event in its own right, and the atmosphere is quite crazy! As a driver, you have to stay calm and relaxed and try to do your job.
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