How did it all start for you?
I was on a family holiday in Majorca when I was 11 and I tried karting for the first time. I liked it a lot so when we got home my father bought me a kart and I started racing.
What’s the most difficult thing about being a racing driver?
Uncertainty, especially in your early career of where you will race the next season and where you will find the money to do it! There can be a lot of waiting around as well.
If you weren’t a racing driver, what would you be doing?
I’m facing that question as I get older! It will all end at sometime and I’m lucky enough to have been racing most of my life. I think I would have been a sportsman or a trainer because I enjoy all sports.
What is the best/worst road car you have ever driven?
The best car I owned was a Porsche 911 Turbo - I loved it! The worst car was a Vauxhall/Opel Astra. I think it had been in a big accident and fixed. It was super twitchy and difficult to drive in a straight line!
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What car(s) do you own now and what’s your daily driver?
BMWs - M3 and X5. Both are great cars.
Favorite car of all time?
My Dallara Toyota F3 car of 1998. I won the Japanese F3 championship and Macau GP in it.
Do you have any points on your driver’s license?
None at the moment…
RWD, AWD or FWD and why?
AWD - it’s the future! Including torque vectoring.
If you could be someone else for a day (dead or alive) who would you be?
Juan Manuel Fangio
Thank you Peter for agreeing to take part in our 10 Questions Series, we really appreciate it!
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