Q. Mark, all around you are surrounded by four drivers who are younger than you. How do you manage the thought that this may be your best chance, your only chance of the championship? If it doesn't come off...?
MW: I don't know if it changes your thinking too much to be honest. I'm going to be here again next year. Of course, the longer you drive, obviously, the odds are going in one direction. I'm not going to be around forever, I clearly understand that. These guys will have... (sound of dog barking) It's a dog! There's no dogs allowed in the paddock actually.
FA: It's a hot dog.
MW: A hot dog. Yeah. These guys have more opportunities mate, of course. As Fernando alluded to a bit earlier in some of his answers that if you get a car like this when you're 24 or 25 for sure, so you can probably look at it more that way, that obviously I didn't really have a winning car earlier in my career which is the case for lots of people who come into Formula 1. I now have that, been very successful at the back part of my career if you like, and hopefully I want to do it on Sunday, of course. If it doesn't happen, I'll obviously have another crack next year. It doesn't change too much of my mentality mate. I know that I've been very fortunate even to have a chance to get to this point. I'm not getting too...not greedy but I know that it was good to have a chance that I've grabbed with both hands if I can.
Q. Fernando, under normal circumstances, Sebastian would have won the last three races. I think that's clear to everybody. Do you trust in the Red Bull guys concerning that if we have the same positions as in Brazil, that they will maintain their positions or do you think it's not your turn to take all the risks to beat one of these guys?
FA: I think there's not anything we can do other than try to finish second or first in the race, that is mathematically our position to win the championship, so it's our goal, from tomorrow Friday to Sunday, our preparation will be to reach that target, being on Saturday on the first row if possible, pole position would be welcome as well, and then in the race, being first and second is our only target. It's true that if we are not first and second, we will see how are the other positions, but it's not our job to believe or not believe.
Q. Sebastian, you've turned 'round and said that you're going to tease us, the media, through to Sunday. How about Mark? Are you going to tease him through to Sunday as well? Does he have to wait until Sunday to know what you're going to do? Are you going to have any kind of discussion with him to let him in on your plan?
SV: Ask him. Maybe he will tease you, too, I don't know. I think it's pretty clear again. I had the same line in Brazil. There are lots of things happening, and more important things happening before we enter this possible stage, whatever the scenario. So I think we have to focus first of all to get the car ready tomorrow, prepare it, have a solid qualifying. Last year was a very tricky session here I remember, so there are lots of things to do, things that we should spend our energy on, more important than... What happens on Sunday, if the situation – to answer your question – if the situation occurs, then I think we know that we're driving for the team, we have had some occasions this year where we got close and it didn't look too good, so I think the main target is not to repeat that and the rest we will see.
Q. Lewis and Fernando, apart from the points, is there any cycle advantage due to the fact that you have already been World Champions?
FA: I don't think so. I think arriving to this point, with one race to go, in a way we all depend on ourselves to win championships. If we win the race all of us have a strong possibility. I don't think that there's any advantage, experience or whatever. It's true that for the last six years I have fought in the last race for the World Championship in four of them, so this feeling isn't new. As I said, after Singapore, I think I prefer a new front wing in this race than all the experience I've got. I prefer a little bit extra performance than experience.
LH: I don't think it's an advantage. I think it's good, obviously, having the experience of having the pressure, right down to the last race and being in for the fight for the World Championship but that doesn't necessarily mean that the others...Sebastian and Mark have been in those positions in lower categories, perhaps, so it's not an experience that they haven't experienced. I don't see that there's a particular advantage but it definitely does help. I feel quite comfortable being here, having had the experience in the past, I can perhaps do my job at a more relaxed mental state than perhaps I had in 2008, 2007.
Q. Fernando, would you understand if the two Red Bulls would change their positions in front of you on the last lap on Sunday?
FA: I don't think I would lose even one second of my energy this weekend thinking of what is going to happen on Sunday afternoon. There is much more to do: Friday and Saturday preparing the weekend in the right way, and as I said, our only picture of the race at the moment is winning it or finishing second. That's the target and I think that's what we're going to achieve this weekend.
Q. Fernando, are you expecting Felipe to get among the Red Bull drivers and help you out or are you going to be on your own on Sunday?
FA: I think that will obviously be great news for us, if the car is competitive as it was on some occasions this year, in Germany for instance, Singapore, Monza, Bahrain. They were circuits where both Ferraris were able to be on the podium and if we are both on the podium, that will be a huge help for me, because we will take a lot of points. For sure, a perfect weekend for Felipe, even winning the race, will absolutely be a present for us.