Priaulx is locked in a close fight with BMW teammate Dirk Muller and Alfa Romeo's Fabrizio Giovanardi for the World Touring Car Championship crown - with the three drivers separated by just five points ahead of next month's final round at Macau.
But after he managed to capture last year's ETCC crown despite an 12-point deficit heading into the final race, Priaulx claims he is not worried at all about the single point that separates him from Muller.
"It isn't easy winning a World Championship, and that was made clear again today," said Priaulx, who was left angry with Muller after their fraught battle at Valencia nearly resulted in a collision that could have put them both out of the race.
"Out on the track there were some tough battles. It was great fun. Both races were clean affairs.
"With last year's European title behind me, I feel relatively little pressure before the final. Now it's a matter of finishing both races and collecting as many points as possible. Then we'll see who ultimately makes it. It will be exciting, that's for sure."
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