There are two things that Formula 1 fans have learned about McLaren principal Andreas Seidl over the past few months.
Firstly, the ex-Porsche World Endurance Championship boss runs a very tight ship - taking the helm of an upwardly mobile McLaren and keeping it at the front of a hotly-contested midfield pack. But secondly, one that's become apparent in recent weeks, is that he loves having a dig at the other teams.
And by other teams, we mean Racing Point. Having been unwavering in his commitment to call the RP20 "last year's Mercedes" last weekend, he arrived for the Hungarian Grand Prix and proceeded to stick the boot in further as the Silverstone squad faces Renault's protest over allegedly copied brake ducts.