It's hard to believe it's almost the end of the season already. It's been a pretty crazy year, with some good results at the start, but then the accident at Monaco, which really disrupted the season. The most important thing is that I made a full recovery from the back injury thanks to the doctors who helped me and I can look forward to the last two races this weekend knowing that I can fight!
Monza was one of the most competitive races for Arden last year - we always seem to go best on fast tracks - so we're optimistic that we can have a strong weekend again. It will be very hard for anyone to get on terms with Nelsinho and Lewis because they're just flying at the moment, but we'll do our best. We're definitely aiming for a podium. That has to be our target and I don't think it's unrealistic.
It will be interesting to see what effect the re-surfacing at Monza has had on the track. New Tarmac always means less grip and I know a few of the F1 guys had some problems when they tested there last week, but those cars will have put a lot of rubber down, so it should be better by the weekend. I hope so, because Monza's a track where you're always fighting for grip anyway, as you run with so little downforce.
It's a difficult circuit to get a balance for. It looks pretty easy in terms of the layout, but the car is so different there that your preparations and set-up are like no other circuit. You can gain a lot of time braking for the chicanes, but you really need the car underneath you to be confident.