"Q1 went well and then twice in Q2 we had s---loads of traffic on the out lap. We ended up twice behind the Mercedes and they do whatever they want but they slow down massively and the tyres were not ready. Then you're f---ed."
"We’ve made progress, obviously not enough, but at least it’s been a good step in the right direction. Still, it’s a little bit disappointing, but with Kimi’s penalty I’ll start from 10th and with free choice of tyres for the race, so it can be a good race for us. Here, you never know."
"McLaren arrived at this weekend's Monaco Grand Prix, on which they mark the 50th anniversary of their first entry in Formula 1, hoping the race would be their best chance of a decent result so far this year - and possibly all season."