The 2016 Formula 1 season has so far been tough to stomach for Daniel Ricciardo. A strategy call robbed him of victory in Spain. Two weeks later, a pit mix-up in Monaco cost him another. Two wins, earned on merit, snatched away through no fault of his own.
The first must have hurt, given it was his new team-mate Max Verstappen, a Red Bull prodigy, who took his maiden grand prix victory on his first weekend with the team, becoming F1's youngest winner in the process.
The second cut deep because every driver wants to win in Monaco. Chances to do so don't come round very often - Lewis Hamilton had to wait eight years between his first and second victories in the principality.