Sebastian Vettel heads into this weekends Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, knowing that he hasn’t won anything yet.
The two time world champion has a 13 point lead over nearest championship rival Fernando Alonso after winning the last four races.
It was the first time in his career he had done that as he set out a marker to claim his third straight title.
In a season where seven different drivers won the first seven races, everyone knows anything cane change.
In an interview with Sky Sports, he said: ” If you look back to the last race in India, a couple of laps from the end there were some sparks.
“If something like this comes up it shows how vulnerable you are, no matter what position you are in.
“It doesn’t take much and you might end the race not scoring the points you were hoping for.”
With that in mind, Vettel will be going out hard this weekend to try and gain another triple crown of pole, race win and fastest lap, but will also understand the need to keep calm and collective.
The Red Bull Superstar also knows that many drivers, including his team mate and Briton Lewis Hamilton have nothing to really play for in terms of realistic title challenges and will be fighting hard for personal glory.
Once again, Abu Dhabi could be the place where Vettel makes his championship dream a reality, after winning his first title there in 2010.
But will Vettel looking to use his ‘German Efficiency’ to keep him at the top, a victory here could well set him up nicely in the races to go.