It’s not that we will start racing next year, but imagine we would.

Taking life too serious is never a good idea. But taking life not serious after all is just stupid. If you want to reach your personal goals in life you have to do something in order to get there. You have to invest all that time, money, or whatever that comes to mind. And so, there is nothing wrong with pretending to be someone you want to be in the future. In fact, that’s the only way to become that very person you have in mind. It’s not fake it until you make it. It’s doing the right things at the right time that will lead you towards your goals.

And so I will, for the first time in a couple of years focus on a proper, but time efficient off season preparation. It’s not that I don’t like investing all my time into racing, but there have been other projects entering my life. And so I will make the best out of the time that I have. Not focusing too much on what I am doing right, but focusing on what I am doing wrong.

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Learning through mistakes is a common misconception. We do not learn through mistakes. We learn through the process of doing the mistake, understanding what we have been doing wrong and changing in such a way that this mistake will never happen again.

What’s on the agenda for right now? Getting healthy and fit again. Sport, sport and sport. A healthy nutrition, theory, fun, and a bit of simulator practice here and there.

See you next time!

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