Ford protege Ott Tanak is changing his approach in an effort to rediscover the form which landed him a seat in the M-Sport Ford team.
The 24-year-old dazzled M-Sport managing director Malcolm Wilson with some exceptional performances in a Ford Fiesta S2000 last season, but he has been unable to carry those results forward into his first full season in a World Rally Car this year.
Tanak has been off the road on the last two rallies and was criticized by Wilson in Argentina.
"I need to get back to enjoying the driving," said Tanak. "When I went to Argentina, I was under so much pressure to perform, it wasn't good.
"It was difficult, but we went out for a meal with Malcolm and we sorted things out. I came home from that rally and relaxed and did things completely away from the sport. I need to relax again when I'm driving. I made many mistakes in Argentina, but that rally is in the past and I will forget it. I feel very bad because the rally didn't go like I wanted it to, but Acropolis is another event."
Tanak's start to the sixth round of the World Rally Championship in Greece this weekend did not go quite to plan after he broke a suspension arm at Thursday morning's qualifying stage.
"It was in a right corner," said Tanak. "It didn't cost too much time, we only had one corner left to go in the stage."
Tanak was eighth fastest in qualifying.