Jarno Trulli - DNF: "I made a very good start and then suddenly I lost the gearbox and unfortunately that was it. We tried to reset it in the pit and I went out again but it didn't work, so I think it was a mechanical issue with the box that brought the race to an early end. It's very frustrating because I was having a very good weekend, probably the best of the whole season so far, and it's like the luck just isn't with me. We've got another chance next weekend so I hope the luck changes there."
Heikki Kovalainen - DNF: "A disappointing end but it was just one of those things that can happen when you're having to let cars past. It was my mistake but I didn't see the Sauber coming. I thought I was letting the Williams past, and didn't see the Sauber so I closed the door and that was the end of the race. It's a shame because I was running pretty well until then."
Mike Gascoyne, Chief Technical Officer: "Ultimately a very disappointing day. Jarno lost second gear and had to retire and Heikki had to retire after contact with de la Rosa. Both cars made good starts - we started Jarno on the harder tyre and Heikki on the options to split the strategies, but Jarno's race was over before he'd really started. Heikki drove a strong race and was comfortably leading the battle of the new teams before contact forced him to retire. Despite this it was still a strong showing from us, and now we move on to Hungary."
Kamarudin Meranun, Deputy Team Principal: "It's frustrating because we'd had a good weekend, in practice and qualifying. Very unfortunate for Jarno, and Heikki was doing well so it's disappointing to see he couldn't finish the race, not due to a mechanical issue, but because of an incident that was out of our control. So, even though it's sad, we'll pull through, and we'll do a better job in Hungary."