Arjun Maini, Diego Menchaca and Jordan Albert were the podium finishers in the final race of a dramatic weekend at Donington Park. Here's what the top three had to say on the podium at the end of the race.
WINNER: Arjun Maini, Lanan Racing:
"That was a really good race. I dropped a few places on the first lap but I got a bit lucky as everyone kept taking each other out in front of me. I got into the lead and built a gap, but someone went off in front of me and threw a lot of dust onto the track, and I got onto the dust and slipped off. After that, it was really hard but I think I did a good job to keep the lead.
"It feels great to be the championship leader, so close to the end of the championship. Taking the championship lead at this time in the year could be the perfect moment, but now the pressure is all on me. I need to use it positively and stay motivated to work hard."
P2: Diego Menchaca, Douglas Motorsport:
"It's been a very good weekend for us. I don't know how Arjun kept the lead as we were three abreast coming into the chicane on one lap. I just want to thank the Douglas guys for a great weekend and their hard work. I'm delighted to be here but hats off to Lanan and Arjun who have done an amazing job and also to Jordan for his first podium as well.
"I thought I was going to have the win when Arjun went off, and I don't know how he held it! But it's great to get another podium."
P3: Jordan Albert, SWR - Caterham F1:
"It's an awesome result for us. My first podium, and the guys have done a really good job this weekend getting the car together with a really good set-up for the last race. It's really good to get my first podium!"
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