Romain Grosjean: Well, the weekend didn’t end positively as we had a technical issue in the race, forcing our retirement. We were very slow on intermediate tires. That’s something we need to work on and understand. On a positive note, the car felt good on the high-speed corners, and qualifying was very tight. We almost made it to Q3, so that was great. We’ve had a lot of learning opportunities again this weekend. We have to take that as a positive. I’m very much looking forward to going to Hungary now. Our biggest challenge will be to get our tires to work, but when they do, the car feels very good.
Esteban Gutierrez: It was a very difficult race for us today. I lost quite a bit of time at the beginning with the first pit stop, and then there was a late call on the second stop. The pace we had just wasn’t enough to get further up the grid, but we’ll keep pushing as we look ahead to the next event. We’ve got a lot of data to analyze and I’m confident the team will do their best to get prepared as we all focus on the next race.
Guenther Steiner, Team Principal, Haas F1 Team: For sure, it’s been our toughest day since we started this adventure. There were a few issues today. When we double stopped, we had a problem with the tire change on Esteban’s car. Then we had the power go down on all our systems. We didn’t have any GPS maps, so we didn’t know when to call them in and when not. Then Romain had a transmission failure ending his race. You always learn from your mistakes. We’ll work on getting ready for Hungary now, but we have to do better again.