The Masters is going to be an awesome challenge.
I've been in motorsport my whole life since I was eight years of age.
Everything in Formula 1 has been sterilised now, the whole thing is controlled too much.
Every GP Masters race will stand out because we will be available for fans, media and sponsors.
Racing a thoroughbred grand prix car in front of a home crowd will be a surreal and mighty experience.
Alain will do everything in his power to win, he doesn't like getting beaten by anyone and least of all me.
The preparation, commitment and desire to win will be no less than the last time I drove a grand prix car in anger.
I've tried everything other than jumping out of a plane, but nothing gives you an adrenaline rush like racing a car.
I think life is full of challenges and problems. I don't believe that anyone is perfect. We all make mistakes. It's not a bed of roses, and you have to work real hard at it.
Firstly the cars aren't too complicated. They have no traction control, for example, which means you can spin if you try too hard and damage your tires if you're not careful with your driving style.