Alan Queille - Technical Director: "It’s a real shame as the results we achieved today with all drivers do not reflect the potential of the cars. We had contact with both cars in both races which affected the final results and also tomorrow’s starting positions. This is not what we were hoping for given the first race day of the final race weekend of the season. We know we should have scored many more points and will give our best to have two competitive cars on track tomorrow.."
Ander Vilariño: "We were starting from the back because we had a very different setup to Romain. At the start, Romain had contact with someone. I was arriving from behind, I braked to avoid any contact, but I was hit very hard and from then on it was a survival race. The steering was a bit bent and the car turned left so I did as much as I could."
Romain Iannetta: "At the start I had contact with Gabillon and spun. I lost a lot of positions, but as the Safety Car was deployed, I was able to take the re-start from 4th position. I passed Longin and the car was really quick during the following laps, we had the car for the win today. I had the feeling that I was quicker than Ferrando and Goosens, but I received a stop-and-go penalty and finished in 13th. This is not a good result, but the car was very quick today on slicks."
Myatt Snider: "Just got raced unprofessionally today. Unfortunately that led to a very large crash that destroyed a lot of the bodywork on the car. I hate that this is something that the Racing Engineering guys will have to lose sleep over. But apparently some people just don’t know how to race smart. We come back tomorrow."
Hugo De Sadeleer: "Real shame! I had a big contact at the start. We had a winning car today and I couldn’t show the potential. I am looking forward to tomorrow despite not starting in a position I would have achieved under normal circumstances."