"We're getting used to seeing Sebastian win everything! It was tough actually. I've not fitted a tyre for about 15 years and Sebastian had never done it at all. Well done to him! You can see that he's got a real competitive spirit and exact attention to detail in absolutely everything he does," said Pirelli's motorsport director.
"I don't think either of us got the pressure or the balancing exactly right. Sebastian still had 65 PSI in his tyre and I didn't want to try and ruin his winning streak. The main thing is that it was a lot of fun and it made us appreciate the essential contribution of all our fitters to the sport," he added.