Sebastien Loeb insists he has no pressure on him going into this week's World Rally Championship showdown.
The Frenchman is chasing his sixth straight WRC title and says the pressure all rests with his title rival, Finland's Mikko Hirvonen, who is aiming to pick up his first award.
The pair start Rally GB, the 12th and final WRC round of the year, tomorrow, with Loeb trailing Hirvonen by a single point.
"The pressure is definitely on Mikko," said Loeb. "He is the one fighting for his first title and I remember what it was like to be doing that.
"I have five titles now and, OK, it would be great to have another one, but it's not going to change my life."
Loeb has won six rounds of this year's series, while Hirvonen has won four times. Neither driver needs to win the Welsh event, but they have to finish ahead of each other to take the silverware. If neither driver finishes, Hirvonen will be champion.