Q. Mark, you didn't seem to share our excitement after Canada. Now you've seen the race again, if you have seen it again, did you think it was a good race?
Mark WEBBER: Yeah, it was a good race. Actually I have not watched it all myself to be honest. I think mixed conditions always provide good F1 races. We know that. It is easy to confuse things for the drivers, for the teams, making the right strategy, when to go at the right time and things like that and no one expected to see what Jenson (Button) did at the end there. It was a very good drive from him so it was unusual to have the podium positions all up in the air still with three laps to go. That was the case in Canada so it was quite unusual so, yeah, it was good.
Q. This one. Obviously front row here last year and then your accident which I am sure you'd prefer just to put behind you, wouldn't you?
MW: Yeah, it was a nasty one. We know that. The next race weekend I did OK so I think I have done a bit of racing since then. Looking forward to hitting the track tomorrow and getting on with it.
Q. There are some regulation changes coming up. How much do you think those are going to affect Red Bull Racing.
MW: I don't think they will make the car any faster, but I think it is the same for everybody. We have got to adapt again, get used to it, but it is nothing new for our team to adapt to a change in regulations. All the teams have to adapt and see what they can do to do the best out of it. I don't think it is going to turn the field upside down. I think everyone will still be in reasonable shape. McLaren and Ferrari are fast, we know that. We are quick but the changes, whether they will turn the championship around, I think it is unlikely.
Q. And DRS and KERS. Do you think it is going to make a difference to overtaking here?
MW: It is a very sensitive track to both of those, probably the most that we have been to. Yes, you need to have both working and it is a track where there are two DRS zones here. We need to see how the first one goes, but it should be pretty straightforward in terms of how they work in the race.
Q. Fernando, we saw that in qualifying in Canada you were pretty close to Vettel and here, with the outlawing of changing engine mapping between qualifying and the race, some are feeling that Red Bull may be penalized so do you think that this is your chance to try to get pole?
FA: I don't know. Hopefully. I don't think it will massively change qualifying. I think Sebastian was quickest in qualifying. It's true that it wasn't one second, it was two tenths, but he was the quickest in wet conditions at the start of the race. We were following him and he was nearly eight tenths or nine tenths quicker than us on Sunday with race mapping. We saw a superior car at that moment, a dominant car, the Red Bull, in qualifying and in the race as well. It seems that sometimes they push a little bit more, sometimes a little bit less. Because of that, in races you seem a little bit closer. We are not desperate to get pole here or to win this race. We need to know where we are at the moment; we need to keep working, to keep working in the direction we took two races ago, as I said. It seems that we are more competitive but we cannot underestimate or forget how quick our opponents are.
Q. Mark, what's your opinion about this: suddenly the officials have discovered that the exhaust systems that all the teams are using are illegal.
MW: There's always something floating around in our sport, isn't there? We know that. We had the double diffuser a few years ago; some people say it's right, some people say it's wrong and now we obviously have the exhaust thing which is their interpretation. Obviously, it's not within the spirit of the rules so we change the rules. Obviously, it would have been very, very cost effective for all of the teams to know this before the season started because everyone was already looking at it at the end of last year. Obviously, you look at the people from Enstone [Lotus-Renault] and those guys have done a huge, huge job, packaging their car and designing their concept around something like this working. So it's not a trivial thing to throw into the middle of the season for the teams but they will all adjust. Everyone is in the same boat so, yeah, [change it] either at the start or at the end [of the season], but in the middle – it makes it a little bit more difficult, but it's the same for everyone. We're not overly concerned. I'm not sitting here saying they shouldn't have done it, it's just that it's not a cheap exercise for people to make adjustments off the back of that.