I didn't really know what I was going to do when I was 15, or where I was heading.
Nobody had ever lost 462 races and then just won. But Dale Earnhardt Sr. had told me I had the ability, and that day, I knew I would.
I've met a handful of presidents, from Jimmy Carter to Bill Clinton to George Bush to Barack Obama.
I love driving at Monaco but the rest of it, well, I can absolutely take it or leave it. It's extremely pretentious and really not my cup of tea.
In an era when we complain about bland drivers, who are very on-message and very professional, Lewis always gives you a feeling of where he is at, whether he is at the peak of ecstasy or in the depths of despair.
There are more challenges as an amputee than I had when I was racing with both my legs beforehand but it's something I enjoy doing and something that is part of me.
From a prestige standpoint, the U.S. needs to host Formula 1. And I think Formula 1, they know they need the U.S. as well. So many companies that are global are based in the United States support Formula 1.
Red Bull has been just awesome every year in kind of letting their athletes pick some stuff they want to do and make the impossible possible.
My dad has pretty much taught me, he's built this thing with me, he trains with me, practices with me, goes to the gym with me, we battle each other at the go-kart track. We're so competitive with each other, and I feel like we both make each other better because we're so hard on each other, just trying to be the best we can.
Sometimes people aren't happy with the way life treats them. That's their problem.
My granddad was an elder at our church, so it was a big part of my life growing up.
As soon as I signed with Ferrari it was clear to me that people expected big performances from me. Even though people were realistic enough to see that I was only starting my second season and that I still had a lot to learn.
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