Ferrari LogoGrand Prix of Canada

Montreal, 8th June 2014

Marco Mattiacci: “Even before we got to Montreal, we knew this would not be an easy race for us, because this is not a
track that suits the characteristics of our car. The final result is definitely not satisfactory, far from it, but the improvement
in performance seen over the weekend shows that to get the most out of our package, we have to push in those areas
where our opponents are making the difference. Today we saw that for many teams, this was a battle fought on the
reliability front and our main rivals were able to make the most of the opportunities presented to them by Mercedes. My
congratulations go to Ricciardo for the first win of his career. As for the future, I can’t make predictions, but I would ask
the team to take a long hard look at what they are doing and work together, putting in maximum effort so that our drivers
can fight for more ambitious results.”

Fernando Alonso: “Looking at the wild final stages of the race, today we picked up some “lucky” points, but we still can’t
be happy with where we finished as our aim was to do better than this. In the beginning, my pace wasn’t good and I wasn’t
happy with the balance of my car. Then in the second stint, when the track began to improve, we found a good rhythm and
we managed to catch the group in front. But we weren’t quick enough to join the fight. What Red Bull did in the race
shows how quickly things can change in Formula 1 and that should be further motivation for us to get to a point where we
can fight for the win. This weekend, we have made some steps forward, especially on the aerodynamic front, but the others
have also improved and now, all we can do is carry on working to be as well prepared as possible for the forthcoming
races.”

Kimi Raikkonen: “We knew this would not be an easy race, because on this track, we were not fast enough down the
straights and we had some problems in the slow corners. On top of that, today I never had a clear track ahead of me, for
one reason or another I was always stuck behind other cars. In the beginning I had some problems with the brakes and the
handling of my car wasn’t consistent. Then after a few laps, the tyres behaved better, but still with highs and lows. For a lot
of laps, I was stuck behind Kvyat’s Toro Rosso and this cost me precious time. Even if at the moment, nothing seems to be
going right for us, the new development package has given us more potential and now we must just try and find more
consistency.”

Pat Fry: “Tyre degradation had a significant effect on today’s race as did, in more general terms, everything linked to
parameters affected by temperature, as today it was, as expected, very hot. The start wasn’t easy, because we were starting
from far back and here, it’s almost impossible to overtake. The Safety Car coming out on the opening lap reduced the
effect of fuel consumption and then in the second stint, on a clean track, the pace improved, but even so, it was difficult to
make up places. Fernando’s first stop saw him get ahead of Vergne in the Toro Rosso, while Kimi lost time behind Kvyat,
but in the end, he managed to get past. In the final stint, the group ahead closed up and our pace was very good with
Fernando, but it was almost impossible to overtake. We brought some improvements to the F14 T and even though this
track did not produce the results we expected, we will continue to work on the development of the car and on this front our
approach will not change for the coming races.”