There were a lot of positives to take out of Silverstone, even though I didn't score quite as many points as I was hoping for. We showed a lot of pace, scoring our second pole position in a row on Friday, and then I was leading the Saturday feature race quite strongly. Then, unfortunately, it went wrong for us.
In difficult conditions, and a set-up that made the car very nervous, I ran wide at Stowe and lost some places. This was another lesson for us to learn: our qualifying set-up was perfect, but we just went too hard on the set-up for the race.
Bruno Senna leads Lucas di Grassi, Romain Grosjean, Giorgio Pantano, and Andreas Zuber in Race 1 © LAT
There were some strange conditions on Saturday, I've never seen our pace drop by five-six seconds per lap before - that's a lot! No matter how good my lap was in qualifying, I'd never expect that much of a drop-off. We've now learned now you have to cope with that.
The payback came on Sunday. It's always nice to win a wet race, because you are racing against the conditions as well as the other guys on the track.