Ferrari LogoStefano Domenicali: “We cannot be happy with today’s result, because even if, on the one hand we managed to claim a
fourth place that sees Fernando stay third in the Drivers’ classification, on the other hand, Kimi failed to score points when
they were well within his grasp, but for the accident with Magnussen on the opening lap. Even if there have been
improvements on the performance front, the gap to Mercedes is still significant and that should motivate the whole team,

at the track, but especially back in Maranello, to improve the car in every area. We know what areas we need to work on
and we must try and do that as quickly as possible. The championship has only just begun and we know just how quickly
things can change in Formula 1.”

Fernando Alonso: “The points scored today are the result of a trouble free weekend, in which the small improvements on the car
worked as we had expected and it ran very reliably. We definitely have a lot more work to do, because while we are moving
forward, the others are doing the same. Everyone in our team is doing their utmost to close down the gap. There’s still a lot to
learn in these early races, but it’s no secret that we definitely need to improve our top speed, as could be seen from my duel with
Hulkenberg. I was able to get him thanks to fresher tyres, but we definitely need to up our performance right from the very next
race. It will be very hot in Bahrain and the tyre compounds are softer. This might be an advantage to us, because on the harder
tyres we are sliding a lot. Also, from the data we gathered there during winter testing, we might be able to extract more of our
potential, but that will apply to everyone.”

Kimi Raikkonen: “I am very disappointed with how this race turned out, because I got a good start, but then the collision with
Magnussen damaged my right rear tyre, which meant I had to make an extra stop. That wiped out any chance I had of fighting for
a good finish. After the accident, the car’s handling was not the same, as the tyre had caused damage to the floor, which led to a
loss of downforce. On my first set of tyres, I had some difficulties and it was only after the final stop, when I fitted the Mediums
that it went better, but by then it was too late. Hard to say how things might have gone without that problem, because our rivals
were very quick, but maybe I could have finished close to Fernando. It was a really unlucky day, but overall we managed to
improve our performance and now we must concentrate on the positive aspects of this weekend and work to improve starting
already next week in Bahrain.”

Pat Fry: “A race of mixed fortunes today, because while Fernando managed yet again to give his all, Kimi’s race was
compromised right from the start. With the former, it was a case of managing the traffic and tyre performance: while we were
trying to bring forward the stops to pass Ricciardo, at the same time, we had to defend from Hulkenberg, who was behind
Fernando but on a different strategy. As for Kimi, he was hit by Magnussen and had to do an entire lap at a very slow pace to get
back to the pits and change tyres. Despite the different outcomes, both of them drove at a good pace, reasonably similar to that
of the cars grouped behind the Mercedes. The F14 T continues to make progress and has proved to have good reliability, but we
know this is not enough. We know we are working in the right direction, but if we want to reduce the gap to the leaders, we need
to make a major step forward. Bahrain loo