"I was disappointed." A pause. "Kind of angry, I would say. I don't think I did badly. It's unlucky. But it's not fun, not at all. It's a bit unfair."
This is a painful conversation, but probably a familiar one for Robin Frijns. There's no enjoyment in talking to a driver about times they have been spurned, rejected, screwed over - however you want to put it.
Sadly, though, this is a necessary chat. In the words of Frijns's ex-Formula E team-mate Antonio Felix da Costa, "one of the quickest, pure natural talents out there" has been snubbed. Again.