Canada - HRT Sunday quotes

Sunday 10th June 2012, 22:29 by Ryan Wood 

Pedro de la Rosa, DNF: "It was a shame because we were having our best race of the season. From the first few laps they were telling me through the radio to cool the brakes and I did everything I could but, although we held out a few more laps, the degradation was too high and we weren't going to make it to the end so we made the right decision which was to retire. Although it might sound surprising, I've got a good taste in my mouth because we've completed the best weekend of the year and I had a lot of fun ahead of the Marussias and close behind the Caterhams. I take away the most important thing and that is that we've improved notably and that is very satisfying."

Narain Karthikeyan, DNF: "This retirement is disappointing because we've performed well since the first day and during the race I was keeping up with Pic. But I started to feel the brakes we're faltering and, although I tried not to go to the limit, it didn't help at all. Now we must analyze what happened and work to ensure it doesn't happen again. It's a shame that the progress we've shown here hasn't translated into a good result, but we must look ahead and focus on Valencia."

Luis Perez-Sala, Team Principal: "The truth is I can't deny I'm disappointed because it's the first race we haven't finished with either car. It's a shame because we were going well, but we had a temperature issue with the brakes on both cars which impeded us from finishing. We knew this would be one of our weak points at this circuit, given the strong braking corners and, unfortunately, we confirmed this. On the other hand, I'm happy for the race Pedro and Narain we're doing. Now we must resolve the problems we've detected and think about Valencia. What better place to turn things around than at home".

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