Andre Lotterer looks like a man comfortable in his own skin. Happy enough to tick the Formula 1 box at Spa last year, say thank you very much and go back to his successful dual career racing for Audi in the World Endurance Championship and for TOM'S in Super Formula in Japan.
And that contentment might go some way to explaining why he has been consistently rated among the world's best sportscar drivers almost since the day he joined the German manufacturer back in 2010.
The multiple Le Mans 24 Hours winner and 2012 World Endurance champion is totally in love with motor racing and entirely fulfilled by the position he's reached in his career. And it shines through every time he climbs behind the wheel of a racing car, whether it's the Audi R18 e-tron quattro or his Super Formula Dallara-Toyota SF14. Or for that matter a Caterham-Renault CT05, an Audi R8 LMS ultra or even a historic Audi Coupe Group 2 touring car built by the team for which his late father, Henri, worked more than 30 years ago.