Leaders, leading, leadership - all things we're hearing a lot about during the coronavirus pandemic. From inspirational or incompetent political leaders (delete as appropriate) to individuals leading by example or displaying leadership in minor acts. Often, even without meaning to, people can make a big difference.
There's no on-track motorsport action to discuss now, no collisions to micro-analyse, no technical developments to debate. As a result, many people have taken to finding other ways to enjoy and remember the championships they love - whether that's by watching reruns of old races, viewing films or documentaries about famous characters or events, or watching or taking part in motorsport Esports.
That last form of escapism is enjoying a significant boom as it is one of the few online equivalents of sport that is reasonably close to its real-world counterpart. Formula 1 squads have had Esports teams since 2018 (although Ferrari only joined in on the fun a year later), and many drivers have their own at-home simulator rigs and set-ups.