Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas have both managed to anger their team boss Toto Wolff at different points in their careers with the team.
Wolff is well known for showing displays of emotion during a Grand Prix, and both drivers have explained when Wolff has become the 'Totonator' due to their on-track behaviour.
Lewis Hamilton, who has been with the team since 2013, revealed a fairly unsurprising winner as it was his crash with Nico Rosberg at Spain 2016 that sent Wolff into a fury.
"The angriest I've ever seen Toto was probably one of the times Nico and I crashed into each other," Hamilton explained on Mercedes' YouTube channel.
"Probably Barcelona  was the angriest he ever got."
Rosberg and Hamilton had been leading in first and second when the pair collided at Turn 4 on the opening lap of the Spanish Grand Prix, adding further to the tense war between the two teammates at the time.
"[He was fuming.] He had bald patches he had pulled out of his hair and he had to get it turfed to grow it back!" Hamilton joked.
Valtteri Bottas, who replaced Rosberg at the end of that season after the German driver retired after claiming the World Championship, revealed that his error during the Hockenheim race in 2019 angered his boss.
"He wasn't so happy at Germany 2019, after I crashed at Turn 1," Bottas sheepishly admitted.
"We didn't get any points for the team and when I was crashed, I was at least on to get some points."
Mercedes had been celebrating 125 years of motorsport that weekend, and had run their cars in a special livery and with personnel in commemorative retro teamwear for that race.
It was also the weekend in 2019 where Netflix shadowed the team for the Drive to Survive series, only adding to the team's embarrassment.
"Then I shunted, and we were all wearing these special outfits.
"I remember him saying after the race that this was the last time we were going to 'play carnival' at the race weekend."