"I have had a lot of other races and there have been other great ones", he said.
During the German Grand Prix, the safety auto was called out as the heavens opened. I always do but I managed to have more in me today.
Hamilton met with stewards for crossing the line between pit entry and the track.
"After racing for so many years, you never know where you're going to have a race as good as your best". Bottas had been able to get the jump on him when the pair were navigating through back markers.
'I was in the barrier and realised I don't get out, ' Vettel said.
Lewis Hamilton might have "manifested his dream" after winning the dramatic German Grand Prix on Sunday.
Hamilton's incredible recovery from 14th on the grid and Vettel's crash means the championship lead has changed hands for the fifth time this season, and the German admitted it was one of his most costly errors.
At least 20 dead in out-of-control fires raging near Athens
Anticipating questions about the high death toll and the emergency planning, Tsipras stressed the "extreme" scale of the fires. Officials raised the possibility the blazes could have been started deliberately by criminals out to ransack abandoned homes.
"This is something I'm a bit anxious about", Rosberg said while working in his pundit role at Sky Sports.
"It felt at one point, that, jeez, there was a steep hill for us, but the longer you endure it, the stronger you grow".
"In the first segment I felt that the machine will allow you to take the pole position, sometimes it's just understand". "The kart I had was real old, it had been owned by five different families".
"It was my mistake, so I am disappointed, but I don't think we still have to show what we can do", Vettel continued. "The tyres weren't fresh, but it was slippery for everyone".
What with the double technical DNF in Austria, then being beaten on home soil by Vettel and Ferrari, there was Saturday's hydraulics failure which lead to some - including former teammate Nico Rosberg - expressing concern at the Briton's body language.
He had headed into the race eight points clear of Hamilton at the head of the drivers' standings and was poised to leave with a large advantage before the rain turned the race on its head.
"I think it feels better if it's spectacular, because then you've done something really wrong".
"It is a very hard call because on the one side you want to optimise the result and that is what you need to do, but on the other side you need to give both drivers a chance to win the race", said Wolff.