"I was the reason why we lost the race," says Laurens Vanthoor directly to the camera. "It was me. That's the pure, hard fact. That's quite a bit of a mess in your mind to get over."
We've just seen the 28-year-old Porsche factory driver, a Le Mans GTE-Pro class-winner with the marque in 2018, throw away near-certain victory in the 2019 Nurburgring 24 Hours by breezing through a 60km/h 'slow zone' and picking up an eye-watering five-minute penalty for his trouble.
Upon hearing the news that all hope of victory is now lost, team-mate Kevin Estre storms out of the Manthey Racing garage and slams the door. Fresh out of the car, a shell-shocked Vanthoor furrows his brow and slumps into a camping chair, clearly not looking forward to his next conversation with Estre, Michael Christensen and Earl Bamber.