Lewis Hamilton is "sure" he will be treated badly by some Felipe Massa fans during this weekend's Brazilian Grand Prix.
In 2008, Briton Hamilton gutted the excitable and highly partisan Interlagos crowd by pipping Brazilian Massa to the world championship.
And throughout this season the pair have been at odds with a series of on and off-track incidents.
"I have no idea what the reaction will be," said the McLaren driver before arriving in Sao Paulo for the season finale. "I just know that I have had great support every time I have been to Brazil.
"I am sure there will be a few Felipe fans who will be less happy," he acknowledged.
"It was tough when I was racing with Felipe for the championship but I think I will be fine. If not, then it will be interesting," added Hamilton.