"I like the guy," Berger says, pointing at a photo of Juan Pablo Montoya. "He's very simple, he's a racer inside the car, outside the car, and he has a good style. He's one of my favourite drivers."
DC: He reminds me very much of you, actually
Berger: "People tell me this - it's difficult for me to say - but I like him, yeah."
DC: Now, what about Ralf Schumacher?
"Ralf, yes...." Berger pauses for a moment.
"You know, the interesting thing is with this one" - he points to Montoya - "is you always have the feeling he's a superstar, it's very special, but with this one" - now he points to Ralf Schumacher - "you don't have the feeling. But when you compare the points and the results it's the same, over many years, so I think you have the same level of drivers here. He's a nice guy too, Ralf, but he's very different to Montoya. I like both of them, and I think it's a fantastic combination for Williams."
DC: I know what you mean - they are very different personalities, but yet their results are exactly the same
Berger: "Yes, but if you went out and asked the results of people they would say no, Montoya has much better results, but it isn't true - they're the same. And I really would like to be fair because this guy - Ralf - is doing a good job.
"But at the end of the day, everybody is comparing him to his brother, and his brother is very, very outstanding. There's nothing wrong with that, you know - nothing to be ashamed about being behind the brother, because he is the best in the field."
DC: Do you think because Ralf and Juan are so different, with different strengths, they make a good pairing as teammates?
Berger: "Yeah, I think it's a great combination for us."