Ferrari Force India Haas Manor Racing McLaren Mercedes Red Bull Renault Sauber Toro Rosso Williams. The Briton was stretched to his limits on Sunday, as was evident in his radio messages - and his body language at the end. You can watch the master at work here. He'll look back with more fondness on Saturday than Sunday - there he was inch perfect, shrugging off a complete lack of mileage in the cars to book a Q3 slot at the first time of asking. But the combination of three safety cars enabled him to unlap himself, and a superbly feisty drive enabled him not just to battle back into contention but to snatch second place from Lance Stroll right on the finish line. Peter Sauber, meanwhile, made his first appearance at a Grand Prix since selling his team, and was doubtless proud of the way it is still being run as it garnered four crucial points.