Alfonso de Orléans-Borbón - President of Racing Engineering: "So both drivers in the 48 car in the top 10. Eric was having a great race until he was pushed off, a pity, since he would have had a good finish. Now back to work to get the cars ready for tomorrow and hopefully get better results."
Ander Vilariño: “We have done what we could today, we didn’t have a good qualifying, so starting from 15th was tough. I had to take care because of many incidents ahead of me, but I was able to fight my way up to 7th. However, the race order was changed with the Safety Car deployed and I was sent back into 10th position when the positions from the lap before the safety car neutralised the race were applied. It’s a top 10 finish but is not what we wanted. Everyone in the team is fighting, we are winners so let’s work. We improved car a bit from qualifying but now we will work on improving it further.”
Romain Iannetta: "My race was not perfect. I had a good start from 18th and overtook a lot of cars. But after that, fighting with Alexander Graff, I had contact with car 17, Tineo. It was my fault; I locked the rear and touched his car. I was handed a drive though penalty, which made me drop back to 18th again.”
Myatt Snider: "Had a bit of a struggle with the Ford Performance Mustang. We have been trying setups all weekend and the car has not been taking it. But we have a smart group of guys and we will come back tomorrow with something better."
Eric Clement: "The car was really good. I started 19th and by the end of the first
lap I was 11th. At the restart there was a crash in the first corner and I was pushed which caused the car to be undriveable. Then I was hit from behind from a car which sent me into the wall. But before that I was having a great race and the car felt really good."