He's a young American driver in F2, has done a couple of test sessions with Haas F1. I was interested to see how he did this year in F2. At Silverstone this past weekend, a technical delegate reported seeing him drive his car from the paddock onto pit lane wearing only one glove and holding his cell phone in his hand. In the races, he twice hit his teammate forcing him off the track. Then on the cool down lap after race 2 he 'appeared' to deliberately drive straight into the rear of his teammate once again. The team agreed with the stewards that it looked like a deliberate act. The stewards summoned him in to explain himself for both the in race and post race behavior, and he refused to go and talk to them. The result, disqualified from the results of race two, banned from the next two F2 weekends, and fined €60,000. My question is this. His results weren't that good to begin with, so what are the odds he just gets dropped like a rock and never comes back after the two weekend ban? Unless he has some sort of solid contract in place that allows him to act like a jackass on track, I would say " Bye-bye, kid. Good luck flipping burgers."