AlphaTauri driver Yuki Tsunoda has conceded to his brain "overheating" behind the wheel of his AT03.
The Japanese driver is one of the most well-liked in the paddock due to his jovial off-track demeanour yet when he takes to the circuit, a fiery attitude tends to appear.
Nothing proves this more than some of his team radio outbursts throughout his first season and a half in the sport.
Red Bull motorsport advisor Dr Helmut Marko has revealed to the team hiring a psychologist in order to moderate Tsunoda's temper behind the wheel.
Offering an insight into the new addition, Tsunoda explained: "I was already working with another psychologist in F2.
"I was really happy working with him and also, he was part of the reason I was able to step up to Formula 1. He was able to help me develop my performance in F2, the consistency.
"They [Red Bull] hired a new psychologist from, I would say, four races ago. It is working well...
"I did have the crash [referring to his incident with Pierre Gasly at Silverstone], but it will have to take a little more time because he has to understand more about myself.
"Also, I have to understand what direction we have to take."
Tsunoda hopeful new psychologist makes the difference
Tsunoda's crash with team-mate Gasly in last weekend's British Grand Prix was a misjudged lunge up the inside of Village corner, one that hampered both driver's chances for points.
"Definitely, one of my limitations is I start to get overheated - overheating, especially my brain - in the car," confessed Tsunoda.
"There are some situations that make it slightly better but I know I have to improve myself in order to get more consistency.
"Hopefully the new trainer can work well for the future."