Haas F1 Team
"It was a tough afternoon. Nothing was working very well, we just have to hope that the next race is better. We need to keep looking to find out what's going on with the car. Here, it hasn't felt right since FP3, and the race confirmed that."
"I think we did a good job considering we made a one-stop strategy work. We had damage on the car, I was hit by Kimi (Raikkonen) at the start, we were all squeezed up and he damaged my floor. Taking those things into consideration, and knowing that we just didn't have the pace today, I think we did the best that we could."
Guenther Steiner, team principal
"Obviously it was a disappointing race for us. We got the best out that we could in terms of our performance this weekend. We didn't make any mistakes or anything, there just wasn't more performance in the car. Going into this weekend we knew this would likely happen. We go away knowing that coming in here we were weak, and we go away weak. That doesn't mean that we give up. We'll try again in Austin where it's a little bit of a more normal race track, and we'll see if we can get a little bit more out than we did today."