"The first Silverstone race was bitter-sweet. We had a good Sunday for 49 laps, then it turned upside down with just a few minutes to go.
"Valtteri was very unlucky, having to complete an entire lap on a punctured tyre which ultimately put him out of the points.
"Lewis was more fortunate and managed to get his car over the line just in time on three wheels. But the reality is that we lost 18 points with Valtteri and that we could have easily dropped out of the points with both cars.
"We've said all along that reliability issues can be particularly costly in this shorter season and last weekend was painful proof of that. It was also a good reminder that a strong car by no means guarantees a strong result."
"It has always been our mindset to remain sceptical, to plan for the worst, knowing that there is no such thing as smooth sailing in our sport.