What was your first thought after your Monaco crash?
Lee Davidson, UK I just tried to get out of the car as fast as possible. And then after that, I don’t know, I just wanted to have a drink of water as I was a bit thirsty. When the accident was happening it felt as if it was going on for about ten seconds, but of course it’s not like that at all. In the car you hold yourself very tight. My father told me that when you have a frontal impact you should keep your hands on the wheel, so you absorb the force of the crash a bit. That helped me because I only had a little bruise, but if I’d released my hands from the wheel I would have a lot of bruising beneath my belts. When you have a side impact, if the wheel turns a little bit it can break your thumb or wrist, so you must let go. But head-on, hold it.