Check out the full transcript from the press conference that immediately followed the British GP at Silverstone.
Fernando Alonso produced a scintillating drive in a ‘battle of the champions’ as he and Sebastian Vettel fought wheel to wheel for the final third of the race.
Christian Horner: “After the initial delay we elected to change both drivers onto the harder tyre for the restart, which we believed would give us more strategic options."
Felipe Massa was forced to retire after getting caught in a multi-car accident at the start that red flagged the race for nearly an hour.
Nico Rosberg was forced to retire.
A wide variety of potential strategies predicted: Two stops most likely.
Due to a penalty from the Austrian Grand Prix, Esteban Gutiérrez will start from 20th on the grid.
Romain Grosjean: "Unfortunately in Q2 I had a yellow flag in turn six otherwise I think that I would have been through to Q3."
Sergio Perez qualifying in seventh place.
Eric Boullier: “A topsy-turvy session, and lady luck inevitably played her part”
Daniel Ricciardo: "We really thought the track wouldn’t get quicker, Vettel only went out as he didn’t have a time at that point.”
Lewis Hamilton failed to set a time on his final lap after choosing to abort his run at the end of sector one, he will start P6.
Felipe Massa: "It was really a missed opportunity to get the car in a good position for tomorrow."
Rosberg was able to retake pole just as the checkered flag flew on the session Saturday.
Vettel quickest in wet final practice at Silverstone. Daniel Ricciardo completes Red Bull Racing one-two as Mercedes hold back.
"Investors saved Caterham from Silverstone axe" - Colin Kolles.
Button hurry-up printed on 'chip paper' - McLaren managing director Jonathan Neale.