Antonio Giovinazzi hopes Fred Vasseur will get into his hair this season, the Italian committing to letting his Alfa Romeo team boss cut off his locks if he grabs a podium finish this season.
The wager follows up on last year's pledge from Giovinazzi who received a trimming from Vasseur when he secured his first top-ten finish.
Italy's lockdown has kept the 26-year-old away from his local barber shop this year, encouraging the young charger to bind his chestnut brown hair into a ponytail that now awaits Vasseur's sharp scissors.
"All the hairdressers were closed so it was perfect as I like long hair," explained Giovinazzi on the latest F1 Nation podcast.
"I say I will cut it if I do a podium this year! So it’s like a bet with Fred, I’m sure he is pushing to cut my hair, but I love long hair, so I say if I do podium it is good for me, good for the team, I will cut my hair!
"Last year I lost my hair at the Red Bull Ring as I got my first point – so I said this year [it only happens] if I do a podium!"
After a maiden season in which he learned the ropes of F1 and boosted his experience, Giovinazzi is expected to step up his performance.
And while a podium is perhaps asking much of the young Italian, performing closer to veteran teammate Kimi Raikkonen is an imperative, especially with Ferrari's talented group of hopefuls - including Callum Ilott, Marcus Armstrong, Giuliano Alesi and Robert Shwartzman - waiting in the wings.
But Giovinazzi is well aware of the pressure and expectations that lie ahead.
"I always said there [has been] pressure on my career every year, because I got where I got with my sacrifice, hard work, and this year will be the same as last year or two years ago," he said.
"If I] just do well I can continue on my way. I’ll just focus on my feeling or on my experience, work really hard, I have Kimi [Raikkonen] as a team-mate so I can still grow.
"Already last year I did a big step from the first part of the season to the second part.
"I need to just work again and try to grow up as a driver and do well and ensure I can stay in this world for a long period."