The transcript of the Race Press Conference organised by the FIA for the 2015 British Grand Prix
2015 British Grand Prix
Lewis Hamilton felt the pit stop for the intermediate Pirelli tyres at Silverstone on Sunday was the best judgement of his career on when to pit.
Nico Rosberg felt he was in with a chance to win the British Grand Prix when Lewis Hamilton pitted, only to see the rain fall harder to compromise his afternoon.
Sebastian Vettel felt his podium finish at Silverstone had been earned rather than be lucky as he recovered from a bad start to finish third.
Kimi Raikkonen felt his call to change onto the intermediate Pirelli tyre was a few laps premature as he could only finish eighth at Silverstone.
Sergio Perez felt he should have perhaps finished higher up than ninth at Silverstone after his strategy was compromised by the weather.
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Nico Hulkenberg felt the start he made at the British Grand Prix on Sunday was amongst the best he had ever made, before the German driver finished seventh.
Fernando Alonso scored his first point of 2015 at Silverstone on Sunday, but criticised the driving standards of some drivers at the start of the race.
Marcus Ericsson was disappointed to be caught out by the weather that forced him to make an extra pit stop and saw him drop out of the points at Silverstone.
Will Stevens felt the upgrades brought to Silverstone worked well, but was disappointed to lose P12 to his team-mate following a spin on worn intermediates late in the race.
Valtteri Bottas was disappointed with the fifth place finish at Silverstone, but felt there were some positives to come out of the day.
Felipe Massa was frustrated to fall away from the podium places at Silverstone after leading the early stages on Sunday.
Neither Toro Rosso driver saw the chequered flag, Max Verstappen retiring early on from a spin while Carlos Sainz Jr dropped out of the points with a mechanical issue.
Daniil Kvyat admitted to enjoying his British Grand Prix, even if Team Principle Christian Horner felt his spin in the wet cost him the chance of a podium finish.