Max Verstappen shrugged off pressure as the championship leader insisted it does not matter where he finishes, despite being a win away from claiming the Formula One title.
Verstappen can clinch the F1 title at Sunday's Saudi Arabian Grand Prix – the Dutchman holds an eight-point lead over defending world champion and Mercedes rival Lewis Hamilton with two races to go.
While Verstappen stands on the cusp of glory, Red Bull star Verstappen said his approach would not change.
Hamilton has stated he is "more relaxed than ever", putting pressure on Verstappen, especially after winning the past two races to narrow the margin.
"Like I've done the whole season, there's no change in that," Verstappen, 24, told reporters about his approach in Jeddah for the first Grand Prix at the circuit.
"It's a new track, first of all we need to learn the track and see how that goes in FP1. For the rest, I just focus on the weekend and try to be as competitive as I can be."
Verstappen continued: "It’s just been of course a great year for us. We had a lot of good moments and it's more enjoyable. Last year was pretty boring for me, because basically all the time I was just in third… to be in this title fight to the end I think is very impressive from our side.
"And of course, I'll try to keep enjoying the last two races. It doesn't matter where we end up; we've had a really, really good season as a team."
Verstappen is 12 years younger than Hamilton, who is a seven-time world champion, and admitted that experience plays a part.
However, Verstappen said he has learned a lot since entering F1 in 2015, finishing third overall in both 2019 and 2020.
"I think it's natural of course that when you are in this stage of your career you are better prepared than what you were in your first or second, when Lewis was fighting for his first title," Verstappen said.
"I think it's a natural progression and it's very normal. I also feel much better prepared and more experienced than when I first came into Formula 1.
"No, I don't think that makes a big difference, because otherwise it would have shown already throughout the season."