What you are about to read is an alternative version of the 2016 Formula 1 season. It might sound fictional, but it's based more in reality than you'd first think.
The championship positions are unchanged, so it's still Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg at the head of the field. But the top two have won only six of the 14 races so far, rather than the 13/14 record we've seen in F1 this season.
And while 107 points cover the top four in the standings this year, in our alternative championship - using the same points system - that gap is 51. Instead of three race winners and polesitters so far, those numbers are nine and 10. Instead of nine drivers taking a podium finish, we have 16. Sound interesting?