Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes made Max Verstappen work very hard for US Grand Prix victory...
United States Grand Prix
"He made the point that Austin was a really big race for him because he was Lewis again."
Plenty of drivers fell foul of this rule during the United States Grand Prix.
"It's too much of a lottery which has far-reaching consequences."
Charles Leclerc was the only driver to attempt a one-stop strategy in the United States GP, much to Pierre Gasly's amusement...
Max Verstappen wasn't happy with his brakes at the Circuit of the Americas, and he let 'GP' know.
Helmut Marko has again stirred the pot as he blamed Mexican fans for their unsporting boos.
"When you take this decision to do it, nevertheless, you know what the risk is, and then you cannot complain when it happens."
George Russell believes his pace in the final stint in Austin is reasonable grounds to hope for a race win before season end...
"If 50 per cent of the tested cars failed, then shouldn't all the finishers have been checked?"
Lando Norris has stood on the podium in each of the last four races, but the top step continues to elude him for now.
You can't blame Lewis Hamilton or Charles Leclerc for not being best pleased at how things turned out on Sunday.
Max Verstappen was not at all impressed with his brake issue during the United States GP.
Daniel Ricciardo finished at the very back of the pack in Austin but he did find one positive to take with him.
"Doesn't matter when we have such a s**t result."
Lewis Hamilton crossed the line 2.225s down on Max Verstappen but it could've been a different story were it not for a few small niggles.
Austin showed that Max Verstappen was willing to lose a battle to win a war on Sunday.
There was booing from the Austin fans as Max Verstappen was presented his winner's trophy.
Did Mercedes hurt their chances of victory in Austin with an attempted one-stopper?
Lando Norris' runner-up result at the United States Grand Prix elevated McLaren above Aston Martin in the standings.