Useful? I don’t know, this is a difficult question. I don’t think he needs me as much as Jorge does. But it’s important to say nothing if they don’t need you to. You need to try to add things. When he gets off the bike and is telling you something, it’s important to listen, not just say bullshit. At least when he asks me I can confirm, and when he forgets something, then I can add the value—I see many things around the track. If he nearly crashed I will tell him, “you nearly highsided,” so that confirms I’m watching and taking notes so that he knows. Every start—this is one area we try to improve, because he has always been not very good with the starts. But in Mugello, we had a good start and he was leading in the first corner; even though Johann took him in the second one, but he had a good start. I asked him what happened last year, because he was second on the grid and in the first corner he was thirteenth. So that screwed his race completely. So this is an area we can work on and improve. But you need to ask him that question. To me, if he keeps on winning races, that tells me that’s enough. This is what I am here for, and if I add value or not doesn’t matter so much.