"There are various reasons for this: the first is that the Maserati Quattroporte, in this year’s Evo version, has proved to be competitive on quick circuits like Monza and on slow-to-mixed tracks like Valencia. It has also shown how reliable it is because the only problems we have had have been the punctures I suffered in the first race at Monza and on two occasions at Portimao, due to debris on the track. At Donington our cars will not have any weight handicap and so we will be able to go for it, unlike at Portimao where we were more conservative. Plus, we both know Donington well and, I hope, luck will be on our side this time. So, on a personal level, I am aiming for at least a win and a second or third spot. Donington is an important round as BMW, especially, will be right up there. Still, I am used to tough fights”.