Lewis Hamilton: “Max (Verstappen) was in my pit window so I was just trying to push him out of it. I think I did that, almost. But then, on the straight, I just lost power all of a sudden. You could hear something blow and I obviously had to stop. Honestly, you’ve got to see it from my point of view. On the one hand, we’ve had the most incredible success these past two years, for which I’m so grateful. These guys work so hard and we’re all feeling the pain right now. When you get out of the car – that feeling you have after leading the race and then your car fails – it's pretty hard to say positive things at the time. As I said in the TV interviews, Mercedes have built 43 engines or however many it might be because of the extra three I’ve had, and I happened to have most of, if not all of, the failures. So, that is definitely tough to take. But I have 100 % confidence in these guys. It’s my fourth year with them now and the guys in the garage and back at the factories – I have 100 % faith in them. I love it here and without them I would not have won these two Championships. While the struggle is real right now and has been all year, I honestly feel that it’s a test of my will, my spirit and who I am as a person to get back up and keep fighting it head on. It’s not how you fall, it’s how you get back up. That applies not just to me but to the guys as well. I saw tears in the eyes of my mechanics so I know that we all bear the pain. But, as I said, it’s how we re-group. We have to keep in mind what we’ve already built.