Toto: "This has been a tricky weekend for us, with Ferrari showing they had the quickest car in qualifying and in the race. We came to Montreal expecting to perform strongly and today's result is a further lesson to us that the historic patterns of performance between the teams are not holding true this year.
"It is very hard to see a trend from circuit to circuit, and the race results are being decided by tight margins - which team makes the fewest mistakes, develops its chassis and power unit most effectively, finds the right balance between performance and reliability, and puts together their race weekend cleanly from Friday onwards.
"Today, the fastest laps table showed three teams within 0.15s and this is the new reality of 2018. Looking at today's race, Valtteri got a good start then defended extremely well from Verstappen in the first two corners.
"We never had the pace to challenge Sebastian - but that move was the basis for his P2 finish. After this, he raced hard, hardly put a foot wrong but we didn't have the pace for any more today.
"On Lewis' side, we had an issue with a chassis component that compromised his cooling from the opening lap. That meant the engine was running hot and we had to manage temperatures, costing performance, in the opening stint.
"We were able to open up the bodywork at the pit-stop to improve the situation, but also lost a place to Ricciardo that we were unable to get back during the next 50 laps. It has been a tough weekend for us - tougher than we expected - and this result is a wake-up call for everybody in the team.
"We now need to reflect in the right way, understand where we can find more performance and respond in Paul Ricard in two weeks' time."