"I reckon the German team's decision was the right one", Brawn said of Mercedes."The primary aim for a team is to get the best possible result for both championships, and that's what they did".
"We've always been very close, in many races close enough to have a good fight [but then there's] a race like last weekend where they could play with us in the race and they had more pace".
"Within a week we can not do too many things differently so we hope the track suits us better, and we have a better weekend than in Russian Federation", the German said.
Lewis Hamilton had a lot of sympathy for Bottas as well as he was seen consoling his teammate after the race and at the podium.
"I think our auto worked really well".
The Briton, who has opened a 50-point advantage over Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel with five races left this season, will want to prove he can win in his own right at Suzuka this week as he chases a fifth title. "This has been the best performing year so far in my career".
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"I am a team player and I am willing to help. It evolved and improves through the year, but I never have to change it", the defending champion said.
Although Bottas did not cross the line in first position, he said he still felt like a race victor. "There have been times where, for example, Valtteri has not been in the top five and there's been a Ferrari, me and a Ferrari, and the Ferraris work together". It doesn't mean that I am not a racer and I don't want to win. "Winning is everything, but that time will come later".
Speaking before the Japanese Grand Prix, Hamilton said he was not comfortable with team orders but felt proud of how he had driven this season.
Vettel had an even fruitier reaction on the subject of DRS (drag reduction system) in Formula One - and whether Suzuka should have more than just one zone where drivers can push the go-faster button.
"You're conflicted in trying to achieve those two goals because there's only one driver that can win, yet there's two drivers and you have a team championship that you want to win". "So unlike people watching football or any other sport, where everyone works towards that one goal, there's two goals here".
"I think we've made progress with our vehicle, the steps we have planned, the steps have been coming. I love this track, it is my favourite in the world, so I better enjoy it rather than count things that are possibly against me".
Mercedes has been locked in a tight battle with Ferrari for much of the campaign but has pulled clear in the standings across recent events. Sounds like "now or never" to us.