Kuala Lumpur: Williams F1 scored its first points of 2012 in the Malaysian Grand Prix. Chief Operations Engineer of the team Mark Gillan reveals what worked in the race and plans for the next contest in China.
Q: How would you sum up the overall performance of the FW34 around Sepang?
MG: Overall I am very pleased. It was a difficult weekend to manage due to the weather, especially in the race, but both the car and drivers did well in the changeable conditions and it is pleasing to come away from Malaysia with eight points. The FW34 was particularly strong on the green, drying track.
Q: Bruno drove well to go from 23rd at the re-start to 6th. What were the decisive moments in the race for him?