Yusuke Hasegawa says that Honda are now catching up to the other engine suppliers.
2017 Formula 1 Japanese Grand Prix – Suzuka International Racing Course
Mario Isola says that despite the far from normal conditions experienced at the Japanese Grand Prix, the tyre compounds worked as they would expect.
Frederic Vasseur was disappointed with Sauber’s performance at the Japanese Grand Prix.
Marcus Ericsson was disappointed with himself for crashing out of the Japanese Grand Prix early.
Renault’s Cyril Abiteboul has praised Jolyon Palmer’s performance with the team, following his final race in Japan
Sebastian Vettel saw his wretched Asian adventure end in an early retirement at the Japanese Grand Prix, leaving Lewis Hamilton firmly in control of the World Championship.
Nico Hulkenberg says he was frustrated to miss out on points after retiring from a DRS Failure at the Japanese Grand Prix
Toro Rosso leave Suzuka having scored no points, with Pierre Gasly finishing 13th and Carlos Sainz Jr. retiring on the first lap.
Carlos Sainz Jr was unhappy with how the Japanese Grand Prix ended for him, his last race for Toro Rosso before he moves to Renault.
Paddy Lowe was pleased with the teams efforts at the Japanese Grand Prix, despite only coming away with a tenth place.
Lance Stroll says it was an eventful race for him in Japan on Sunday, after a good start.
Pascal Wehrlein says an underperforming car made the Japanese Grand Prix a tough race.
Scuderia Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel admits his title aspirations are now more difficult after a spark plug failure caused the German to retire from the Japanese Grand Prix
Following the decision from Renault to bring Carlos Sainz Jr. into the team for the final four races of 2017, Jolyon Palmer admits his own time in Formula 1 may be over.
The Honda boss insists the McLaren Honda Formula 1 Team will continue to push, despite their relationship coming to an end of the season.