What was he thinking? That's the question most asked after Romain Grosjean wiped out Nico Hulkenberg and Pierre Gasly - not to mention his own Haas - on the first lap of the Spanish Grand Prix.
It wasn't so much that he lost it in the first place; it happens. But Grosjean's reaction, keeping the rears lit and harpooning across the track in a cloud of tyre smoke rather than getting on the brakes, was baffling. That crash, within the wider context of Grosjean's 2018 season so far, reveals a lot about the most infuriating driver on the Formula 1 grid.
It's too easy, and completely wrong, simply to write off Grosjean as a talentless idiot, an out-of-his-depth crash-magnet. This is a driver with 10 podium finishes to his name, who has led a grand prix on merit and scored points in 48 races. That didn't happen by good luck, but by the same token you can't put his mishaps down to bad luck.