Niki Lauda has criticised Williams, in the wake of female driver Susie Wolff's Friday morning appearances at Silverstone and Hockenheim.
It appears that Fernando Alonso is less than impressed with Ferrari's plan for 2015.
Fernando and Kimi used both the Soft and Supersoft to be sure of making the cut from Q1 into Q2.
Monisha Kaltenborn: “This result reflects more or less where we stand at this point in time."
The following is a transcript from the press conference that immediately followed German GP qualifying.
Daniil Kvyat: "The team did a great job in adjusting to the conditions out there and we managed to do a solid job, also considering where we qualified compared to some of our usual competitors."
Nico Hulkenberg ending the session in ninth just ahead of Sergio Perez in tenth.
Romain Grosjean qualified in fifteenth and Pastor Maldonado nineteenth after a searing hot qualifying session at the Hockenheimring for the German Grand Prix.
Eric Boullier: “We’ve started to turn the corner”
Both Williams drivers stayed towards the top of the field throughout qualifying eventually being beaten by only Nico Rosberg.
Thierry Salvi: "Staying close to the front will be difficult tomorrow, but on this old style track everything is possible.”
Lewis Hamilton suffering from a brake failure and a crash that ended his session during Q1.
Lewis Hamilton suffered a heavy crash during German GP qualifying after a right front brake failure.
A German driver in a German car has earned pole position for the German GP.
Lewis Hamilton has escaped an accident during qualifying for the German GP unscathed.
Niki Lauda wants Formula One to think urgently about what is turning off the fans in 2014.
Sergio Perez: "I think wherever we qualify we can move forward and be in the fight for points.”
Sebastian Vettel: “I think we can improve from there for tomorrow. I don’t think not having the FRIC suspension on the car made too much difference to us today..."
Kimi Raikkonen in fourth place this afternoon was only half a second off the quickest time.
The lack of FRIC...
Marcus Ericsson: "I think we may make a bit of progress this weekend, something we’ve all been waiting for.”
Jean-Eric Vergne: “I wouldn't say we had a perfect Friday today."
Kevin Magnussen: “We’ve hopefully made a bit of a step”
Rob Smedley: "The team have had a tough day as they have been awake since 3am due to a fire in our hotel last night..."
The E22 ran for the first time without the suspension hydraulically linked from front to rear.