Rebellion drivers focused but relaxed before 6hrs of Estoril

Before the begining of the « serious business», the Rebellion Racing drivers are showing a focused but relaxed attitude. Even though the Portuguese last round of Le Mans Series will decide the Drivers and Teams championship classifications, the Team's four drivers seem to be approaching this last meeting as any other.Nicolas Prost, driver of the Lola-Toyota #12« Now, for the end of the LMS championship, we are not the master of our destiny. We are in an outsider position and anything can happen. We will focus all our attention on the pole position and on our race. And we will see. »Neel Jani, driver of the Lola-Toyota #12« For us, it's  « easy » : we « just » have to take the pole... and win the race !This season, we took some good poles and spent a lot of time at the top of several races. But we havn't  finished every time. So we have to lead and finish the race. But, lots of things can happen... »Andrea Belicchi, driver of the Lola-Toyota #13« The race is so long that it is always difficult to predict how it will turn out. I'm just happy to be here, in Estoril, to have a chance to win the title, it's closer than ever before. As usual, I'll do my best to win. But as you know, we race for an endurance race and anything can happen ! »Jean-Christophe Boullion, driver of the Lola-Toyota #13« The final round of the LMS championship is this week-end. Nevertheless, we have to approach this meeting like we do every meeting. During each race, we try to be the first, in front of our other competitors. This time, it will be the same thing. Because whatever the way you look at the situation, the best way to win the championship is to win the race ! »