He was the computer. I would have a dinner with him, if the car wasn't handling well on the Friday, and would explain to him what it was doing at different parts of the track. He would go back to the garage, and call the mechanics. And by Saturday morning the car would be fantastic. Only Colin Chapman could do that. Of all the engineers I worked with, all the team managers, Colin was a genius who had the intuition to do it.
Nelsinho has made a great start to the season and did a fantastic job at Brands Hatch. I must say well done to France and the USA for the good job they did today in qualifying. Nelsinho was a bit unlucky as he got stuck in some traffic in the first sector and should have been higher up as he was very quick in the middle and final sectors. The fact is, though, that this is racing and that's how it goes sometimes. We are still in a very good position for tomorrow and are not too disappointed with third.
It is a very special day because everyone has run on damp and wet so far and this is the first time we have run on dry. It's hard for anyone to get a good first run in that situation. I am very happy with the team performance, the engineer who improved the car based on Nelsinho's feedback, and of course with Nelsinho who did a fantastic job. It's a fantastic start for us.