"Well, it took a while, because for the road course tracks and street course I used my right foot to brake. Up until two days to go in testing, I had to use to my left foot to break, because the manufacturer had the pedals set up that allowed me to do that. We ran out of fuel on the first race and had a mechanical failure in the third race. But the first three races we didn’t really look like we were even going to challenge to win. So, the fact that we were able to go out to Brazil and qualify in the front row and be competitive even after getting spun on the restart, that made me feel good. Then at Indianapolis, we stepped it up further."