Sebastian Vettel says he is not thinking about the world championship after claiming pole position for the Indian Grand Prix.
Vettel can wrap up his fourth world title in India if he finishes in the top five or if Fernando Alonso fails to finish first or second.
“The car felt good all weekend and it just got better as the track improved,” he said.
“The car was amazing; it’s a great circuit, I really like the flow of it, especially around the middle sector with the high speed corners.”
“If the car behaves the way you want it to through that section then you’re always then going to enjoy it, as we did today.”
“It’s a great result for the team; Mark [Webber] is on a different strategy, so we’ll see what the race brings tomorrow. We have been getting a lot of questions about the Championship this weekend, but we’ll keep doing what we’ve done in the past, just focusing on every single step – we won’t change that for tomorrow, or the next couple of races.”
“We’ve worked hard to get here and tomorrow is a long race. With the strategy, I think it’s always tricky do the right thing, but we have a good package so we should be in good shape.”