The date is August 3, 2008. Felipe Massa lines up third on the Hungarian Grand Prix grid behind the McLarens of Lewis Hamilton and Heikki Kovalainen.
Overlooking Turn 2, out-of-sight of the first corner but armed with Kangaroo TV, the sight of Felipe Massa locking up while attempting to go around the outside of Hamilton at the start seems certain to preface the Brazilian running very wide and losing several positions.
The TV signal cuts out and when the field streams into view a Ferrari leads. Obviously somehow Kimi Raikkonen has taken the lead after Massa slid wide. But no. There's the familiar yellow/green helmet of the Brazilian. Somehow, he has pulled it off.
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