Romain Grosjean (Retired, L9): 4/10
It was never going to be the best of weekends for Romain Grosjean, whose VF-19 had been reverted to the aerodynamic specification originally used for the very first race of 2019 in Melbourne. But even he probably didn't expect things to turn quite so sour for Haas at Silverstone where he started off 19th on the timesheets on Friday morning after an embarrassing solo crash on pit lane, and a barely better 18th in the afternoon session. Even worse, he actually ended up quicker that his team mate Kevin Magnussen on Saturday despite running the older parts. To rub salt into this festering wound, at the start of the race the two cars went into turn 5 side-by-side and ended up making contact and retiring, just when they badly needed to get some solid data from a full race run.