Mark Webber: The Hungarian grand prix weekend was an extremely busy weekend for me, not least because it followed my decision to drive for the BMW Williams team in 2005. I've never enjoyed leaving the teams I've driven for in the past, as it's important to forge strong relationships with the people you work with, and in doing so you become a part of that family.

Jaguar is one of the most emotive and...
successful names in motor racing and one that I am incredibly proud to have had the opportunity to race for. The camaraderie amongst the team is very, very special and I'd like to thank them for all their hard work.

For the remainder of the season I am fully focused on driving my heart out for Jaguar Racing. Spa is going to be very, very quick. We haven't been there for a while so I think we're going to be six or seven seconds a lap faster than we were last time. It's a sensational place to drive a Formula One car and, as usual, I think the weather will play a part and we'll have to keep a close eye on it. Your judgements and your reactions to that are sometimes crucial to the weekend's performance, so it's all to play for.

There are many important sections to Spa. Obviously Eau Rouge is very important as you have a long run up the hill to Les Combes but every corner you look at is important. It's a very long track and very fast, so you have to be hooked up well and truly for the whole lap.

The aim at Spa is to try and get into the back of the points if we can, as we did at Silverstone, the Nurburgring and Hockenheim. It's a massive horsepower track but Cosworth are doing a great job so we'll see how we go. We'll certainly be pushing as hard as ever and chasing every single point we can right until the last race in Brazil in October.