While the result has promoted the team to the top of the Constructors' Championship, with a slender one-point lead, overall it's been another challenging weekend.
"Firstly congratulations to Valtteri finishing his 100th race with another podium," said Andrew Shovlin, Trackside Engineering Director. "Last week, Valtteri wanted the race to run a few laps longer and this week he'll be glad that it finished when it did.
"He drove a strong race, managed his tyres well and had the pace to make the undercut work with Vettel. It would have been great to have seen him on the top step but we missed it by quite a margin today as we just weren't fast enough compared to Red Bull.
"Leading up to the Safety Car, the race was going reasonably well. Valtteri was running in first place and Lewis was in fourth having benefit from Ferrari going long on the first stint with Kimi.
"The Safety Car changed the situation: we had to stay out with Valtteri to retain the lead and decided not to stop Lewis as we might have lost a position to Ricciardo, and risked losing a further place to Kimi.
"However, we simply didn't have the pace to beat Red Bull on the same strategy today and we need to be very honest with ourselves regarding the performance of our car this weekend.
"We're off to Baku next, which is a very different type of circuit, and we are fully expecting another close battle. This championship is anyone's to win and we will be working flat out over the next few weeks and months to try and solve our weaknesses."