Kvyat: I think the first weekend was challenging, but we learned many things. Also, for me adapting to a new team was crucial. Of course, the race wasn't as I would've liked, but it happened this way and now I'm just looking forward to the challenges ahead. It's good Malaysia is so soon.
RICCIARDO: “It wasn’t the most exciting race. After the start I was able to stay with Nasr, but I wasn’t able to get close enough to make the move. We finished the race and got some points which was positive, and there are things we can learn; I think on paper sixth was the best for us today."
"Everything went quite well and according to plan today. Everything felt good. We will do what we can tonight to prepare for tomorrow. It's too early to see where we are compared to the others as yet – but we'll see where we can improve overnight. Tomorrow we will know more."
While in Toronto for the Canadian International Auto Show's (CIAS) national debuts of Infiniti's Q80 Inspiration and Q60 Concept, Infiniti's Executive Design Director, Alfonso Albaisa, took time to share his personal story and insights with Canadian design students from the Ontario College of Art and Design (OCAD).