Lewis Hamilton hopes that McLaren's Istanbul 1-2 has given it the momentum it needs in the battle for the World Championship against Red Bull.
McLaren is back in front in the constructors' championship following the Turkish Grand Prix, its fortunes having turned around when Red Bull's Mark Webber and Sebastian Vettel collided while first and second, handing the race to McLaren's Lewis Hamilton and Jenson Button.
"Red Bull made it tough for us and we put up a good fight," said Hamilton. "You can see how close it is between the four of us. It's down to momentum, and we will do the best we can to win both championships.
"We have been ragging their tails for some time. It's such an achievement for us, to really be able to take the battle to them. They had one strength that was particularly good here, we had a strength here, and we didn't know how it would pan here. Me and Jenson were able to compete with them and push our hardest to be on their tails. To get our second 1-2 is fantastic."
Hamilton had a prime view as Webber and Vettel's collision unfolded just ahead of him. The Briton was unwilling to apportion blame, but joked that it had been a spectacular -- and welcome -- sight.
"It was great to watch. Like watching an action movie in HD or 3D," said Hamilton. "It was fantastic. I got the best view of it!
"Sebastian is safe, but I just saw Seb go up the inside, Mark held his line and no room to move right, and no reason for Seb to move to the right. It was unfortunate for them and fortunate for us."