Q:Lewis, as an Englishman, how does it feel to win this so-called Grand Prix of Finland every year from Kimi?
Lewis Hamilton:Grand Prix of Finland?
Q:There are so many Finns.
LH:There are a lot of Finns here but you know what? For me it's great to see Kimi up here with me. I think he's done... you know I've got a huge amount of respect for him. I remember racing... I remember watching him on TV before I even got to Formula One and you know, when I used to play the computer games I would always play as him. It wasn't Juan Pablo, unfortunately, and to think that we've had some great races in the past together and now another great race. Hopefully in the future we will have lots more races but Hungary has been good to me, really has been good to me. I really really love the fans here, I love the city. We always have such a great turn-out here but the track is awesome. I don't know how the other drivers feel but it's such a classic, so I really can't wait to come back here again next year and hope to repeat it.
In every dry session the car has felt good. Unfortunately we don’t get to start the race in a good position. We just have to get a good first lap and make sure there are no accidents and then the car should have the speed to get us up there. DRS-area is also one of the easiest over-taking spots of the season.
I’d say that without the rain we would’ve been on pole rather easily. But there’s nothing you can do about what happened.