Everyone who took part in yesterday's race deserves respect - it was crazy out there!
The conditions were always going to trigger plenty of action, because some cars could generate the required tyre temperatures and others couldn't. So, for most of the race, you were on a tyre that didn't feel quite right for the conditions, but for which the lap-times looked okay compared with those of the cars on the other tyre. I spent so much time speaking on the radio to my engineer, Dave Robson, trying to understand what was going to work and what wasn't.
I had a lot of fun racing with Lewis, especially for the first 10 laps. We had a really good, clean fight. It's a pity he wasn't still there at the end - but it was nice to have such a great dice with him in our last race as Vodafone McLaren Mercedes team-mates. And I really want to say this: 'It's been so good working with you, Lewis. Over the past few years, we've driven a lot of great races together. It's been fab.
Going back to the subject of today's race, the Safety Car made life more difficult for us - we lost the 40-second buffer we'd built up - but then the rain really came down, and the race became all about choosing the best time to switch to the Inters.
Then the challenge altered, and it became all about nursing the car to the end. There was a lot of standing water about, especially where Paul di Resta had his accident. I'd been through there on the previous lap and had a big snap too, which was a pretty scary moment.
Last but not least, congratulations to Sebastian Vettel. To win three world championships in a row is a great achievement