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“Well, that wasnât a bad day at all â I reckon we got the maximum out of the car.
âI had a little scare at Turn Three on lap one, when Fernando [Alonso] and I got very close to each other, but apart from that it was a pretty straightforward race.
âIt was odd that we were able to run so many laps on a single set of tyres today. The Primes [tyres] felt like they could have gone on for ever â it was a bit like going back to âold schoolâ racing in that respect. The track surface is in Austin [Texas] is very similar to the track surface here, as it happens, so I look forward to seeing how we fare out there in terms of tyre wear.
âItâs been a tough year for us but over the past few Grands Prix itâs been clear that weâve been improving. Todayâs result, fourth and fifth, is the best weâve had for a little while, and the 22 World Championship points that Kevin and I scored are very welcome from a Constructorsâ World Championship point of view.
âHaving said that, unless youâre standing on top of the podium, you always want more; thatâs the Formula 1 mindset. But believe me: we got the maximum out of our car today, and our race pace was good, but better results still will come soon enough.â