Does that alter the approach to the final couple of races?

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Does that alter the approach to the final couple of races?

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I don’t think so. We go to every race determined to win and at the very least aiming to finish on the podium, and we’re not going to alter our fundamental approach by being defensive to try and protect our position. The only way that we can come out on top relative to both those teams is to take an aggressive approach and try to maximise our finishing positions. Interlagos is renowned as a bumpy and challenging track for the cars and the drivers – what’s the secret to going well there? It’s a demanding track for drivers as it’s anti-clockwise which puts a lot of demands on them physically. In terms of the car, we will run with quite a lot of downforce and it’s important to have a well-balanced car with good stability which gives the drivers confidence. We’re also racing at altitude as the circuit is about 800 metres above sea level, which impacts on the power of the engine, so we will need to work on the mapping to optimise engine performance. It was recently announced that Robert Kubi

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