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The Brazilian F1 youngster Bruno Senna very excited with his second home race for this weekend at Brazil. He expect strong race this weekend and he is more confident with competitive car this time he will drive, and the local boy working very hard for the future F1 seat.

“Yeah, well, to be honest last week I took [off] to rest and to get acclimatised as well. It was a bit cold in Brazil, so I didn’t get to enjoy the sun but this week has been very busy and I think it’s going to be a very busy weekend overall. But it’s a home race so you have to get used to it and get on with it.” Senna told through the press meeting.

“Very excited yeah, it’s my second time racing in Brazil and it’s the first time I’ve going to be here in a competitive car so I think it should be an interesting race weekend, lots of pressure but very exciting as well.”

“ It’s been very tough of course, competing with the guys that have tested and have done the whole season. It’s not easy: these guys are not joking around here, they are the best drivers in the world and mixing with them is very satisfying. Overall, it’s been a good experience, it would have been much better if I’d done the whole thing, for sure, but I think I’m pleased with the results. There have been ups and downs but the performance normally speaks for itself and hopefully we will still finish this race on a high note.”

“Well, that’s still up for…ah… [it remains] to be seen, but I’m working very hard for the seat and hopefully we’ll know the future as soon as possible.”
 
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