Little over a year ago, Sebastian Vettel raged over the radio to his Ferrari team. Vettel was left furious after clashing with team-mate Kimi Raikkonen at the Chinese Grand Prix's first corner, in an incident that was neither Ferrari driver's fault.
"The attack was suicidal," he raged about his assailant. "There was always going to be a crash." And then at the very next race, Vettel was struck again - by the same driver. Vettel went "ballistic" afterwards, his team principal claimed.
No, these were not a good couple of races for Daniil Kvyat - whom Vettel branded a "torpedo" after their Chinese GP collision - and they cost him his Red Bull seat, for he was publicly demoted to Toro Rosso. And now, 16 months later, Kvyat is still in difficulty.