"Honestly I'm in a position in my life and my career that it's all pretty simple for me," "I'm in a position where I can have a little bit more perspective on it all. At the end of the day, when the season is over, whether it's eight or 10 race wins that I have and I get second in the championship or first, it's going to be a pretty good season. I don't have to live or die by this championship. I think Cameron (Beaubier) is going to feel a lot more pressure than me and I believe in Cameron enough that he's going to get the job done. But I have no problem with tough love and if he opens that door, if he gets nervous, puts in a bad race, tips over or something like that, I will snatch it right out of his hands without thinking twice about it. My goals are pretty simple: I have a good track record at New Jersey. I would like to go there and win both races and when the season is over have 10 race wins to his eight - whether I get the championship or not. It is what it is and it's his to win or lose and I will take it at that."