I love Japan. This is a crazy race for me - the fans are fantastic, they're true supporters of all the drivers, and they get so excited about the sport. Also, there's such a flow about this circuit. It's important to find the right gear ratios though, because you're up and down the gearbox all the time.
I didn't do too many laps in FP2: the balance wasn't quite right and we knew we couldn't go back on the changes we'd made until after the session, so there wasn't any point doing too much running.
Still, we know how to dial the car in for FP3 tomorrow, and that's the important thing. The car felt good this morning, so we'll go back to something similar with just a few detail changes.
Overall, the car is working well here. Qualifying will be very competitive, but I think we'll be up there.