Q. Lewis, I think you are the fifth or sixth different leader of the championship this year. Is that the way you feel it's going to go, ebb and flow all the way along to the end of the season?
LH: You can see how tight this championship is; I don't know whether it's dependent on the new points scoring system but the field is so close and as I said, all the best drivers are in the top teams and they're all very, very competitive, so it's the ultimate challenge, I think, that I've experienced in Formula 1, perhaps in Formula 1 history, maybe. There are so many of us up here, pushing right to the wire and I think inevitably that means that the championship will remain close. I'm sure there will be lots of ups and downs - hopefully not for us - during the rest of the season but let's hope that we're able to keep on the front line.
Q. Fernando, don't you think that you compromised your win when you tried to pass Sebastien Buemi?
FA: I don't think so. Again, I think it was lap nine or lap wherever, I think I did the fastest lap after that lap when Lewis stopped and Buemi stopped as well. And on the following lap I lost two and a half seconds overtaking another car. I exited the pits half a second behind Lewis. Without that traffic again, I was in front, so it was a race decided by small details, so I think we made a perfect race, the team did a perfect race with the strategy, with pit stops, very, very quick pit stop, especially the first one to overtake the McLaren, so overall I think we did our job today, finishing on the podium, something which maybe not too many people were thinking before arriving in Canada, that we would be on the podium at the end of the race. So we proved again that we're strong and that there is a lot more to come in the second part of the championship. So we're quite optimistic.Q. Was it a key of the race that the harder tire gave more problems than expected because the Red Bulls came on in laps 13 and 14 which nobody expected?
JB: Yeah, maybe they didn't expect to have any issues at the start of the race. When Webber came past me he was flat out and maybe they just didn't expect to have issues and that played into our hands, I guess, but even on Friday we were struggling with graining on the prime tire, so I think we had a good understanding of what would happen with it.
Q. Yesterday, after qualifying, most people thought that McLaren had taken a gamble on starting on the option tire, that you were expecting a safety car; it never came and yet your strategy worked out perfectly. Was that a bit of a surprise or do you really think that that was the right way to go yesterday?
LH: Clearly it was the right way to go. It was a choice for us to use the softer tire and we felt comfortable with the fact that we might have to stop within the first ten laps. We knew it might even be lap five. I'm not sure what lap I stopped on but we anticipated that and we knew that we would be fast again once we got on the prime. We didn't know how long the prime would last but fortunately for us, whilst we did the prime runs, others like the Red Bulls had to do an option stop at some stage. Neither of us really had an advantage at all. It just promoted some good racing, I think.
JB: Our team actually thought that Red Bull took the gamble yesterday, not us. Depends which way you look at it, I suppose.
Q. Fernando, do you think that without the traffic problems you would have had the pace to fight with the McLarens, and secondly, your thoughts on the Valencia Grand Prix in front of your home crowd?
FA: I think everybody saw that we had the pace to win. We've been competitive all weekend and very competitive in the race - definitely. But traffic sometimes helped us a lot in the first races. I remember Australia; I started last after the incident in the first corner. Most of the cars were in traffic throughout the race and I was alone, so the traffic can sometimes help you and sometimes it hurts you. At the end of the championship, I think everything is balanced. As for Valencia, obviously it's the second home race for me after Barcelona, so I'm hoping to do well there, hoping to be on the podium. I've never been on the podium in Valencia, so it will be a nice feeling in front of the crowd.
Q. Lewis, you've won two out of three times here in Montreal. Is there something about the race or this track that suits you particularly, and also do you feel that momentum has shifted in the championship with you winning two in a row now?
LH: I think inevitably we have gained momentum for both of us, myself and Jenson, and in our performance and also obviously the results and we just need to continue with that. I don't know why I go well here but it's a great track, it's a fantastic city, great food, great people, amazing support. It's just overall -- and the weather was great today as well. It was such a great turn-out. I think for me this is one of the best races of the whole season. I don't know why, again. I'm able to dial my car in, feel the car a little bit better here than in other places but we've got a long season ahead of us. There will be good races and bad races and I just hope there are more good ones than there are bad.
Q. To Lewis and Jenson, the Valencia circuit is also a street circuit and there are some similarities with this one here. Do you predict that you can maybe do a similar race there or will it be different?
JB: We hope so. It is a similar type of circuit, the asphalt is more abrasive than it is here, it's very smooth here. It's going to work the tires very differently. There are also some high speed corners in Valencia and there aren't here. So I'm sure we will be competitive, but I don't think you can forget about Red Bull, Ferrari and maybe Mercedes will have sorted themselves out a little bit by that point. So people are bringing new things to the circuit every race we go to, new parts and if you can't keep up with that, you drop behind. We've just got to hope that every race we go to we are developing and moving forward as much as if not more than everyone else. I'm looking forward - Valencia, I love the circuit, I didn't have a very good race there last year but it's a circuit I really enjoy driving and I think this car should work pretty well round there.
LH: Valencia is a good track at least for me and the car seems to have gone very well there over the last couple of years, so I think our car should naturally be quite good there. As Jenson says, it's about understanding the tires there, we don't know what to expect but we will be going there with good momentum, hopefully good pace, good headset and hopefully we will be working on another 1-2.