Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen have reaffirmed their concern over Formula One racing in Saudi Arabia.
A Houthi missile strike that hit an Aramco facility 10 miles from the Jeddah circuit during the first practice on Friday sparked concern over the safety of the race.
The Saudi energy and chemical company is also a sponsor of F1, as well as a principal sponsor of the Aston Martin team.
Amid criticism of the Saudi regime's human rights record and fears for their safety, there was serious concern over a driver boycott of Sunday's race.
However, the event went ahead as planned, with reigning F1 champion Max Verstappen beating Charles Leclerc.
Hamilton, who qualified 16th, finished down in 10th, but the seven-time world champion was simply happy that the paddock could finish the race and leave the country.
"I am so happy the weekend is done," Hamilton said.
"I am so happy everyone is safe, I am just looking forward to getting out. I just want to go home."
Red Bull's Verstappen confirmed the drivers will be looking to take their concerns over the future of the race further.
"We had a lot of guarantees that of course it would be safe but after this weekend all the drivers together, we will speak with F1 and the team bosses to see what is happening for the future," he said.
"Of course, I am relieved [to have got through the weekend," added McLaren's Lando Norris.
"It is a nervous place to be and you are going to have these nerves."