Q. Given that no announcement has been made about the drivers, although that has been brought forward, I am sure you put pressure on yourselves anyway. But does that put more pressure on you?
PdR: I suppose it does in a way. I have always said you always want to know as quick as you can but you have to respect Mr (Vijay) Mallya's decision and really he has said he is going to change. But, at the moment, I have a contract for the year so I am focused on doing the remaining two races, which we should be, and really the future will take care of itself hopefully.
Q. Sebastien, we only have to look at the last few races to realize the team has made a lot of progress. So you feel, probably, in a position where you can fight back?
Sebastien BUEMI: Yes, now we have got the same amount of points as Sauber so it is already good for us. We are 10 points behind Force India. It was a shame what happened in India, but still I think we can continue to fight and, like you said, the car is really quick now. We have a good qualifying pace. We were both in Q3 in India and then, also in the race, we are normally quite quick as well so hopefully we can finish in the points and be in front of Sauber by the end of the weekend. Then for the last race we will see what we can do.
Q. The problem in India, does that have consequences for the rest of the year? Are you going to have to use a ninth engine perhaps?
SB: No, we were not planning to use this engine anymore so it is not going to be a problem at all.
Q. And your thoughts about the future, for next year?
SB: I don't think too much about it right now. Let's say I try to get the maximum out of myself and the car in the remaining two races and then we will have enough time to speak about next year. I believe we have got to be concentrated. We have a good chance to achieve a very good result for the team so I think it is really important to dedicate ourselves completely to this before thinking about anything else.
Q. Vitaly, we remember you last year with your red shadow. Would it have been very different with DRS?
Vitaly PETROV: Definitely, and with new Pirelli tires.
Q. It would have been very different, would it?
VP: I think we need to forget already what's happened last year here. I know I did a good race by myself to improve and to show the team I could stay for next year. It was not to use tactics for Fernando (Alonso), and with the lack of overtaking here he couldn't do anything.
Q. There have been a few changes in the team this year; is that something that affects you most recently?
VP: I don't think anything changes for me. I think it will be better for the team. It's like football; when a new coach joins a team, what he does first of all is look at the team and watches where the players are playing. Then he puts the people in the right places, where they should be playing. Then teams become more competitive and play stronger. This is actually what we try to do inside the team. The team principal tries to change some people, to move them around and try to profit from this.
Q. What's the situation for next year, your future?
VP: For me, everything is clear. I have a contract for next year, I don't need to be worried, so I just try to do my job, try to gather a lot of information for next year for us in these last two races. I and the team are fully concentrated on the team for next year also so I'm quite clear
Q. Heikki, does the change of name to Caterham mean that your business car will be very fast but not very comfortable?
HK: I've been waiting for the Caterham already this year. They haven't sent me one yet but I'm sure I will get one soon. I'm quite looking forward to taking one to Finland; I have a fantastic road leading up to my log cabin house, so I'm going to test it there, I think, when there's a little bit of snow banks around, on studded tires.
Q. Will you have to build your company car yourself?
HK: No, I don't think so. I have a good car crew; they will do it for me.
Q. Heikki as a Finnish driver, your main target may be the Williams team next year?
HK: For next year, the target ahead of us doesn't change – whoever is driving in different teams. Obviously you're referring to Kimi at Williams; I have no idea whether that is happening or not. What's going on there...it doesn't matter who is driving the cars in front of us. We are targeting the cars ahead of us, joining that group and hopefully sometimes being ahead of more than one team if we have a good day. That's all I can say. If Kimi decides to come back, I think the main difference for me will be that the parties after the races will be a little bit better.