"The red flag saved me from another first-lap DNF, as I was driving straight when suddenly Aalberts' car came spinning on my side, there was absolutely nothing I could do to avoid it, so I ended up without the front wing and one of the front wheels.
The second start was clean, although I picked up a little bit of damage to the rear wing when I had to brake harder than usual to avoid running into Barbosa in the S-Curves, and Mauricio hit me slightly, but it wasn't a big problem. I spent the first stint behind Peppe. I lost a little bit of time as he was struggling with understeer, but I couldn't get close enough to pass. Pitting a lap later, I did emerge in front from my pitstop.
The rest of the race was basically trying to put pressure on Siarhei Pakhodnia. I was able to drive at his pace but as I was struggling with high tyre temperatures and wear, in the second stint I lost touch with him when my rear tyres wore out. In the last stint I managed to keep the gap even when tyres were worn out, but not to reduce it.
After being taken out from the last three races, a top-ten result is not bad. Points weren't really possible, would have needed some luck, but Andanson was the only retirement of the cars running ahead of me, all other DNFs were behind me."