/ Grand Final:
Q: Who is your favourite F1 driver ever?
A: Ayrton Senna. I think his mind was very strong. He was very focused and I admire this. He dedicated his life to racing and that's why I like him.
Q: Which circuit is your favourite on F1 2017?
Q: Which car is your favourite to drive on F1 2017?
A: If you want performance I would choose the Mercedes. But I love the design of the Haas.
Q: How much practice do you put in on F1 2017?
A: A lot of time - about five hours per day at times. I am a Formula Three driver in Brazil but it's too expensive to race all the time in real life and so I practise a lot on simulators and video games to help me become a quicker driver.
Q: How long have you been racing for?
A: I have been racing since I was a child. I was born in Japan but am from Brazil and started to compete in karting at the age of five.
Q: How similar is F1 2017 to the real racing experience?
A: It is very similar, although things happen a lot faster in real life and reactions are more sensitive.
Q: What is the first driving video game that you remember playing?
A: My first F1 game was F1 2011. Recently, I saw the Esports movement was getting bigger so I started on Gran Turismo before entering the F1 Esports Series. I only had a week of practice on the game before I entered qualifying, and I made the top five.
Q: How well do you think you will do at the Finals in Abu Dhabi?
A: I think my driving is near to the limit and I have the pace. I need to improve in terms of strategy before Abu Dhabi.
Q: What are you most looking forward to about going to Abu Dhabi for the Finals?
A: I am really excited about the travelling. I have never been to Abu Dhabi and never been to an F1 race.
Q: Which F1 drivers would you most like to meet?
A: Daniel Ricciardo. He's a funny guy. He's always smiling and having a good time but he's also got an aggressive driving style and I like that.