Q: You must choose a city for a new Formula One street circuit – which city, anywhere in the world, do you choose, and why?
Chicago – I think Lakeshore Drive would be a brilliant setting.
Q: If you could choose one former world champion as your team mate, who would you choose and why?
Damon Hill – I’d know I had a great development driver and gentleman alongside me.
Q: Formula One innovations of the past – ground effect, active suspension, turbocharging, six wheels, the list goes on. If you could bring back one past innovation, what would it be and why?
Turbo-charging, so the boost could be used strategically.
Q: What innovations would you like to see in the future?
I’m not an engineer, so….
Q: You can only drive at one circuit for the rest of your life – which circuit, past or present from anywhere in the world, do you choose?
How boring! I guess the old Nurburgring would take a long while to master,
Q: Maserati, Alfa Romeo, Tyrrell, March – just some of the teams that have departed the sport. Which former team would you most liked to have raced with and why?
No preference, teams are all the same to me.
Q: You have to design a new F1 circuit, combining all your favourite corners from other tracks around the world. Which three corners are top of your list and why?
Laguna Seca Corkscrew, but uphill. Would be a challenge.
The Carousel, Nordschleife. Like a wall of death, but slow.
Spoon Curve, Suzuka. Spectacularly simple.
Q: You can travel back in time and compete in any decade of Formula One racing, from the 1950s to the 1990s. Which decade would you choose and why?
1960s, love the old torpedo cars.
Q: What current Formula One regulation would you most like to change and why?
Q: If you could pick two Formula One greats of the past (from different eras) to watch race against each other, whom would you pick?
Jim Clark and Alain Prost
Q: If you were a team boss, which current driver would you pick first for your team?
Q: Just 19 of the world’s motor racing circuits feature on the current F1 calendar. You can add one more. Which circuit do you pick and why?
Edmonton Indy. What a laugh! (Wiki it, you’ll see why)
Q: You are having a dinner party and can invite four people from the world of motorsport, past or present. Who do you invite?
Murray Walker, Stirling Moss, Martin Brundle and Jackie Stewart
Q: You are given the chance to drive any legendary Formula One car of the past (excluding those made by your own team). Which car would you choose?
Q: Rooftop swimming pool, bowling alley, revolving sushi bar – just some of the features most F1 motorhomes don’t possess. If you could add one thing to your team’s motorhome, what would it be?
A conference call place to call my mates and stuff.
Q: Imagine you have just won the world title. Where would you go for your celebratory meal and what would you choose from the menu?
A big picnic on Toronto Island