Kimi, great win for you and the team to start of with, in cold conditions. How do you and the team feel about being able to repeat that performance level in the heat of Malaysia?
We don't know yet. Last year we were pretty good when it was hot and actually it was better for us, but obviously we haven't run in this kind of conditions and the winter has been very cold, so I have no idea. But if it's anything like it was last year we should be pretty OK, but we have to wait and see how it goes.
One notable detail from the Melbourne weekend is that you were over a second slower than the Red Bull
in qualifying, but you turned it round to be over a second faster than them on your fastest race lap. What do you put that down to?
I wouldn't say that the qualifying was a very normal situation with all the weather – it got delayed and all that stuff. But if it was normal dry conditions I'm pretty sure we are more close. We will wait and see when we get a normal qualifying. Then, I'm sure we are not a second behind, or 1.4 seconds or whatever it was.
Esteban, coming to you. Youngest driver in F1 and the best-placed rookie in Australia in 13th. A tricky Sunday for the Sauber team with your team-mate not starting the race, but what did you take from the weekend?
Well, for me the experience was very important. Being able to say that I finished my first F1 race is already quite a good step. And from then on, taking the experience into account, I will try to improve on the points where I can improve following this second challenge here in Malaysia. It will be very different circumstances but I think it's going to be a very exciting one.
Can you talk about the pressure of expectation, given what Sergio Perez did here last year in a Sauber and what he went on to do in the rest of the year?
It is obviously something that is there but I'm not going to think about it because it's different circumstances. I think the weather is varying a lot here and it's playing a big role in how the race is going. I'm going to try to do my best, going at my own pace and improve where I can improve, step by step.
Valtteri, you finished 14th in Melbourne, outqualified your team-mate [Pastor] Maldonado and finished the race. What did you take away from your debut?