- How on Earth did Lewis make the tyres last practically the whole race.
JA: "It was a pretty impressive thing. Nearly an hour and a half on a single set of tyres, stopped on lap seven, went all the way to the end of the race on that single set. The reason he was able to do it was that he is a very careful driver, able to drive incredibly quickly but without overstressing the tyres.
"When you make the tyres slide on the road by being too heavy footed, or by braking too hard or cornering too hard, it damages them. Every time you damage them, they slow down, you never get that lap time back. So, Lewis was driving really, really carefully.
"He knew that he had a long, long stint ahead of him. So, he drove really carefully for many laps at the beginning, only really opening the car up towards the end of the race when he was trading fastest lap times with Vettel right at the death of the race.
"If you look at the opening stint where he was driving at the same pace more or less as the guys in front of him, he was doing something like a second a lap or so off what he was able to do with the car at that time.
"He was doing that because he knew that he had to bank that performance so he could spend it later in the race, when he knew that he'd be threatened from behind by all the cars that were on newer rubber than he was."