For the second time in four race meetings this season, last weekend a teenaged British driver gave an unprovoked speech on something he was unhappy about during a post-race Formula 3 European Championship press conference.
While it was George Russell giving an eloquent and scathing attack on team orders at Paul Ricard, this time it was his mate Callum Ilott making an impassioned criticism of track-limits penalties at the Red Bull Ring.
Press-conference host Rene de Boer usually requests the top three drivers to "tell us about your race, please". Ilott, who had just finished second to Lance Stroll, replied: "It wasn't a race. It was more of a qualifying session, just trying to stay between the lines, and that was that.