Jack Harvey says he feels recharged and relaxed as he prepares to take his slender lead into the penultimate round of the British Formula Three Championship.
The Bassingham racer heads the standings by four points ahead of this weekend's round at Silverstone's famed Grand Prix circuit.
With just 20 points separating the top three – Havery, Felix Serralles and Jazeman Jaafar – the series is heading for a fantastic finale.
But Harvey insists the nerves have not kicked in ahead of the final two rounds at Silverstone and Donington.
"There's no point being nervous as anything could still happen," said the 19-year-old, who drives for the Carlin Motorsport team.
"There's been a bit of gap since the last round (at Snetterton).
"I switched off from racing, but after a week or so I was getting bored and eager to get back in the car.
"I've been in regular contact with the team and we're feeling confident.
"Silverstone is always a special race for me. When I first started single seater racing in Europe, it was my home race so I've always had an emotional attachment to the place.
"I also like Donington too so I'm feeling good about these last two rounds."