Am I calm all the time? That is a question to ask my mother. I am very happy in my home. I have a good family, that gives me something extra.
Experience has taught me that you have to improve all the time-little bit by little bit-and not keeping starting everything from new.
I lived in England to learn English. When I went to England for the first time, it was like being on the Moon. I had no friends, I couldn't speak the language. I was very isolated.
When I go back to France now I spend all the my time with press and sponsors. I do not have a lot of time to spend at home with my family.
It wasn't all frustration. I've had a lot of good times with Ferrari as well.
I am a professional. At the circuit I am calm. At home I am very different.
I made my choice to be in Ferrari. It is not easy because it is important for a man to have satisfaction. And for me to get the satisfaction I want means getting results.
That was my dream, to drive for Ferrari, but I am not a kid any more. If Ferrari is the best team and if I get the chance to drive for Ferrari, it would be with pleasure.
I'm not sure they understand everything about racing cars. I am not sure that this is wise.
I have never won a race, and that is my main disappointment - but you have to be positive.
I was quite excited, but I was sure I wouldn't win the race. I am a realist.
I must use Ferrari to the maximum. My priority is to get results. Then we will see what happens.
To be honest, I am not happy about all the publicity.
I will be better in Monte Carlo than I was in Phoenix. If I can't win maybe I will lead 50 laps.