There is a nice article on Autosport.com about Force India owner Vijay Mallya's thoughts on the miscommunication between pitwall and mechanics during the last GP in Britain.
The teams driver, Paul Di Resta, looked good for 7th place until the mechanics had Adrian Sutil's tyres ready in the pitbox with Paul Di Resta in the pitlane - the time is took the team to get the correct tyres from the garage cost Paul several positions in the race and he didn't end up in the points.
Mallya is right when he says these errors must end and hopefully the team review the current communication methods. It's promising to know that the situation has been flagged up by the boss though! =)