Sunday was not great for us, unfortunately. My race was almost over before it even began and I feel for Lewis, as I’ve been there myself and it sucks big time to have all those points taken away from you just like that. For the guys too, seeing all their hard work destroyed in a couple of moments must be pretty brutal – especially right at the end of such a physically demanding weekend. But you cannot underestimate how strong this team is. We’ll hit back even harder. Of course, the result in Malaysia went in my favour in the title battle. That’s a fact and I cannot pretend otherwise. But I haven’t been thinking about the points situation all season and I’m not going to start now. I’m here to win races and that’s the aim every time. Suzuka is the next opportunity and I’d love to stand on top of the podium there. It’s one of the truly great, classic race tracks, where all the legends have won, so it would be an honour to add my name to that list. I need to improve on my last performances there, where it hasn’t ever really come together. But I think I’ve shown this season that I’ve learned a lot from the past two years, so I’m confident I can get on top of this challenge. Hopefully it will be a great weekend and a good close battle for those awesome Japanese fans.