Alfonso de Orléans-Borbón - President of Racing Engineering: "Amazing race today! After a not so perfect qualifying, both the drivers and the engineers, did a great job of finding a good car for the race which allowed our drivers to get the results they did today. Pity they didn’t qualify higher up earlier today since I think both of them had a very good chance of a podium finish or even a win. The race between Ander and Jacques Villeneuve was some of the best racing I have seen in a while. Well done to the whole team for what was their first race even on an oval and they proved once again that they were up to the task."
Ander Vilariño: "We've got a very good race setup. I think we had a car to fight for the win, but we found that setup a bit late. In qualifying the car wasn't that fast and that's why we started so far back, but in the race we managed to recover and in the final laps, although the top three were a bit far ahead we caught them. Overtaking Villeneuve was hard because he had a very good car all the weekend, he had confidence and despite the fact I was faster he protected his position very well and kept it to the end. To be honest, to get pass I'd have to touch him and that could have meant a penalty. All in all, we have improved and we go to the play-offs with chances for the championship and now we've to think about Hockenheim."
Romain Iannetta: "I started 12th and the car was quick right from the beginning At each restart I passed some cars in front of me. At the second restart though, number 7, Doubek, changed his line in front of me, touched my car and caused me to spin and drop back to last. I pushed hard during the last 30 laps to work my way through the field to finish in 6th position. It was not a fantastic weekend, but we gained a lot of points, so it’s a positive for the overall championship."