Adrian Sutil: "After starting P15 we have to be very happy with our seventh place today [Sunday]. It was an exciting race with lots of action, but we had a good strategy and made the right calls at the right time.
"When the safety car came out I pitted straight away, which helped me because I made up a couple of places. I came out in sixth and after that I only lost one position to Schumacher, who was on the soft tyre and faster than me.
"Overall I think that this result is a fair reflection of the pace we have had this weekend and it's nice to have recovered from the problems we had yesterday [Saturday] to leave here with these important points."
Paul di Resta: "I got off the line very well and everything seemed to be going quite smoothly. But there was an incident ahead of me and I thought I had managed to get through the corner when I got hit hard by Timo [Glock].
"That put a big whole in the floor, damaged my front wing and gave me a lot of understeer. Other than that the pace of the car was quite strong, but I was a bit unlucky with the safety car because the priority had to go to the leading car [Adrian] and I dropped behind the Williams.
"Without that I could have probably been ahead of Maldonado. It's good that Adrian was able to score some points and we've demonstrated the pace of the car once again."
Tonio Liuzzi: "We knew it would be a complicated race, especially in dry conditions, but I made a good start and gained a few positions quickly. We were ahead of our main rivals and, even though we knew beforehand that our pace wasn't the best, we kept on fighting.
"I think we did a pretty good job, especially in the first stint of the race. We've improved on car set-up and race pace with respect to Friday's practice sessions which were also in dry conditions. But we've still got work to do to prove that we can progress from here until the end of season.
"The next race in Monza will be special for me because I will be racing at home, so I'm really looking forward to it. We still have to work hard this week though, because it is a very technical circuit."
Daniel Ricciardo: "I can't be fully satisfied because it has been a short race for me but at least the time I was out there was really positive. I made a good start and then benefited from some incidents ahead but also made the right choice which let me pick up a few spots.
"The pace was quite good, a few of the faster cars ended up coming back through but we let them go without losing much time with our direct rivals. It was looking quite good ahead of the Virgins and Lotus. Unfortunately we had a problem with the rear which made us end the race prematurely.
"But there is no doubt that there are some positives to take. It would have been nice to finish but we've always got next time. From my side I'm happy with how the race was going and we will try to build on it for the next Grand Prix in Monza."
Jaime Alguersuari: "I don't want to speak badly about any other driver as it's not my style, but I think the situation was quite clear to everyone.
"Going into the hairpin after the start, I was in the middle with Senna on my inside and Fernando on my outside and Senna completely missed his braking point and hit me which pushed me into the path of the Ferrari. However, there are many positive things we can take out of this weekend, as we clearly had a car capable of scoring many points today [Sunday], which is a tribute to all the hard work of the team.
"I feel sorry for the guys, because starting sixth on the grid is not an everyday occurrence for us. Now I am looking forward to the next race in Monza, as I see no reason why we cannot be competitive there and score more points."
Sebastien Buemi: "I got a great start, moving up from eleventh on the grid to sixth after the first corner, which was fantastic. I was able to follow the pace of Alonso and Hamilton.
"Then Perez tried to pass me and simply drove into the back of me, which completed destroyed my rear wing and I had no option but to bring the car back to the pits to retire. I really can't understand what he was doing, as I was clearly ahead of him: it was as though he forgot to brake.
"Next, we come to the team's home race in Monza and, as our car seems to have made progress in performance terms, let's see what we can do there."