The way the paddock responded to one of their most extraordinary – and bizarre – finishes to your Formula 1 qualifying session in memory…
Martin Brundle:”This is one of the silliest things I’ve ever seen in F1.”
Karun Chandhok:”It was extraordinary. Shambolic and eccentric, I’ve never noticed anything like it.”
Nico Rosberg:”You’re not permitted to do so, but they were doing it. They’re all bang !”
Paul Di Resta:”I looks silly when you’ve obtained professional teams together with this tech and everybody misses out.”
Anthony Davidson:”You place more drag onto the automobiles, such as this year, you get a better slipstream. By simply tweaking the cars, you get that recipe. The straights are even more significant.”
Nico Hulkenberg:”We are all looking for a tow since in the event you’d like to do the supreme fastest lap time that is what you want around here. It has strong so much lap time. You lose on the straights when you drive on your own and you also can not make that period in the corners up. We ended up with such conditions. Of course it was a bit weird and odd for certain.”
Carlos Sainz: Using those draggier cars this year that the tow is worth a second and everyone wants that half an instant.”
Daniel Ricciardo: Everybody else was merely hoping to find a bit too smart and it merely encouraged everybody to make a mess.”
Lewis Hamilton:”The tow is essential to having a good lap and everybody was slowing down, along with blocking the way you could not really get through. It was dangerous, I nearly crashed a couple of times.
“I couldn’t overtake anyone, there was weaving and braking, and it was like trying to avoid carnage all the time.
Lance Stroll:”It was a small comedy series out there in Q3. Everybody just simplifies the opportunity into the chequered flag. I had been in the front of the queue and Nico had been playing matches he cut the chicane hoping to catch me out in front, and I wasn’t buying it. So I was taking my time, waiting for him to get back on track. Then afterwards other automobiles started overtaking me and it just became a mess.”
Charles Leclerc:”I kind of expected it since obviously it has been a mess from the start of the weekend, but particularly in Q1 to Q3. I didn’t hope to find myself in a scenario such as the exit of Flip at which the Renault and McLaren was obstructing completely the road and no one could pass.”
Christian Horner:”The Renault that went straight on all caused each of the issues. Obviously, nobody wishes to be at the front of the queue and it’s obvious he went straight-on on goal. Then it ends up at a cluster situation.”
Toto Wolff:”The issue is that everybody is hoping to find the slipstream and it’s a neural game, who leaves. Then some who’ve exited first believed thought they need to reduce the speed even more, extending through the chicane and out the trail is simply junior class.”
Cyril Abiteboul:”Everyone is talking about the fact the gap should be quite low, but if that actually happens everyone is hoping to take advantage of every single detail.”

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