Zandvoort's deliberate decision to not offer up all its track data to Formula 1 teams, in a bid to hamper their headstart in preparations for the Dutch Grand Prix, will certainly have divided opinion depending on which side of the pitwall you sit.
For the race organiser and the fans, the hope is that the limited flow of information to teams will put them a little on the backfoot as they head to the race in May. This will hopefully mean more track action on Friday, and the potential for a shake-up in the order.
For engineers though, there will be the annoyance of an incomplete data set, and will have to fill in the blanks with their best estimates when setting up their simulators. Ultimately, it'll mean they aren't as well prepared as they would like to be.