Paul di Resta: "I'm very happy with the seventh place today [Sunday]. It was quite a mixed race with rain at the beginning, but I made a good start and felt comfortable in the conditions. Then it was a matter of which tyres to choose. We went to supersofts for the middle two stints, and then ended the race on the primes.
"We lost track position at the last stop, but I was able to pick through the cars and get back up to seventh place in the final few laps. Finishing seventh is the best way to respond after a series of races where, for various reasons, we didn't get the results that were possible.
"So it's nice to go into the summer break with a smile on my face having scored points that are so important for our position in the championship."
Adrian Sutil: "It wasn't a particularly good start for me and my chance of points ended on the first lap when I locked up the rear into the chicane. I was right behind Paul and to avoid an accident I had to go off the track and lost a lot of positions.
"After that, it was a case of trying to recover what we could and so when it started raining in the middle of the race we immediately switched to intermediates. We were running outside the points at the time so we felt it was worth the gamble.
"But there was not enough rain so I had to switch back to the option tyre a few laps later. It's a shame not to convert the strong qualifying into points, but I'm pleased for Paul and the team with his result today [Sunday]."
Sebastien Buemi: "A fantastic race, one of my best. Starting right from the back row I got a super start and I passed around ten cars on the opening lap. After that, I got into a good rhythm and was able to pass more cars on the damp track.
"Then, as it began to dry, I felt the set-up was not perfect and I had too much understeer. I tried not to get upset about it and then the team did a very good job, working at the pit stop to change the wing angle which helped me to save the tyres better and the stop was quick enough for me to jump up a few places.
"When the rain returned, I again felt the car was working very well and I was able to run at a good pace again, which helped me get into the points. It's nice to go on holiday now with another 4 points in the bag, especially starting with that five place grid penalty.
"There were plenty of exciting moments, especially my passing move on Kobayashi. I was too slow to catch up with him on the straight so I had to pass him under braking which was right on the limit. It's great to have this result, which owes something to such a good strategy."
Jaime Alguersuari: "Congratulations to the team for getting both cars into the points. Today [Sunday], it was clear in my mind that I could have finished seventh. I made one of my pit stops just as it began raining slightly again. With the tyres not yet up to temperature, at that point it was hard to stay on the track and I went off.
"But I carried on fighting and towards the end, it was unfortunate that I lost another place after the collision with Kobayashi, but as a team performance we can consider we did a good job today [Sunday], so it is a nice way to go into the short break, although I can't wait to start again in Spa."
Nico Rosberg: "I had a decent start today [Sunday] and gained three positions which was encouraging. In the middle of the race, the prime tyres no longer had any grip in the increasingly damp conditions so we took the decision to put on intermediates.
"Unfortunately the rain shower proved not to be very strong and we had to switch to slicks which cost me a few positions. I pushed very hard to catch Buemi and Di Resta, and managed to close the gap, but it was impossible to overtake them in the last corners.
"So I collected just two points, but still more than last year. Now I'm looking forward to the next two races after the break. Spa and Monza are high-speed tracks where the Mercedes-Benz engine power in our car should be a benefit."
Michael Schumacher: "An unfortunate end to my race today [Sunday] when we suffered a gearbox problem which forced my retirement. As far as we know, this had nothing to do with the spin I had when fighting with Felipe which was mainly caused by avoiding contact.
"At the start, we gambled a little with low tyre pressures as we were expecting the track to dry quite quickly, but that turned out to be very slippery to drive. I came in for dry tyres one lap too late, but we can only handle one car at a time obviously.
"From then onwards, the race developed normally, but I would not have been able to make a very big step forward from the position I was in when I retired."