Michael Schumacher is hoping to carry his Valencia momentum through to Silverstone as he bids for his second podium finish of the season.
The three-time British Grand Prix winner claimed the first top-three result of his comeback last time out at the European GP, bringing to an end his 99-race run off the podium.
And with one under his belt, Schumacher is intent on making it two when F1 heads to Britain but concedes no one knows who will be on top next weekend.
"Racing in Silverstone is a special moment every year," Schumacher said.
"It's quite simply the home of motorsport and I'm always amazed by the knowledge and enthusiasm of the British fans - as a racing driver, it's great to experience this passion for our sport
"On a personal level, I have many contrasting memories of this circuit; good, not so good and some that are even a little strange... as for how things will go this year, I'd prefer to wait and see.
"We have already seen plenty of races this year that turned out differently to the expectations before the weekend.
"Of course, we want to take the momentum from our result in Valencia and put on a good show in Silverstone, especially because this is one of our home races.
"It goes without saying that we want to give everybody in Brackley and Brixworth a result to be proud of this weekend."