Romain Grosjean (Retired, Lap 38): 5/10
It's hard to remember a time when F1's newest team has been quite so abjectly lacking over the course of an entire race weekend. Haas put it down to problems understanding the new tyres that were introduced at the start of 2019, but whatever they're doing to put them on top of the issue actually seems to be making things progressively worse. Grosjean has been particularly badly affected, as evidenced by the number of lock-ups and overruns he committed throughout the weekend. It's no surprise that his best showing in practice and qualifying was a dismal 16th in FP2. An extended first stint in Sunday's race saw him eventually climb into the top ten, but then an issue with his brake pedal going to the floor was the coup de grâce to his wretched weekend that forced him to retire on safety grounds. In amongst such turmoil it's hardly surprising that Grosjean had little chance to show off what he might have otherwise been able to achieve.