Anyone who sets their alarm for 3.50am deserves sympathy. Doubly so if they only managed to get to sleep at 3.20am. But this is a typical Friday night for Mercedes' main man on the sidelines: Esteban Ocon.
For the European races the Mercedes reserve driver spends his Friday evenings at the team's Brackley simulator, regularly clocking up more than 1000km. Once finished, he's whisked to the airport to board the first flight to wherever on the continent that weekend's grand prix is taking place.
On this occasion, F1 Racing catches up with Ocon at the Austrian Grand Prix. The previous evening he'd completed 221 laps of the Red Bull Ring - virtually - finishing at just gone 2am. Three hours later he was walking through the terminal at Heathrow airport for the first flight of the day to Vienna.