But it turns out F1 is not the only sport where those in charge of running a team become vocal over the poorly perceived application of the rules.
In a recent Premier League match between Newcastle and Arsenal, the winning goal for Newcastle was shrouded in intense controversy. Three separate VAR checks were completed and each one found nothing to overturn the goal.
In a similar vein to Wolff's earlier remark, Arteta scolded the referee's performance, framing the decision to allow Newcastle's decisive goal as "embarrassing" and a "disgrace".
"Mikel Arteta's touchline behaviour is the worst in the Premier League and his behaviour is a large part of the problem in football. He has become a Mercedes version of Neil Warnock," Cassidy said.
"His behaviour and comments, that now appear to be supported by Arsenal as a club, is very worrying for me and the game in general. This statement [by Arsenal], in my opinion, is nothing other than an infantile moan."
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