With pre-season testing comes intrigue. The two are inextricably linked as each Formula 1 team unleashes its new car for the first time under the media's gaze. Sure, the launch-spec cars offer visual differences over the old cars, and much of pre-season is an elaborate and expensive game of spot-the-difference - but that's before a wheel is turned.
Wheels were certainly turned at the start of testing this week at Barcelona - as were heads. As Lewis Hamilton barrelled down the Barcelona circuit's main straight on the second morning of 2020's round of testing, two unexpected things happened as the TV directors cycled through to his onboard camera.
Firstly, Hamilton seemed to pull his steering wheel towards him, despite it seemingly being locked in place by the quick-release mechanism. Secondly, the front wheels turned inwards automatically as the steering wheel edged closer to Hamilton's chest. Once Hamilton approached the corner, he pushed the steering wheel in once again - and, in response, the front wheels splayed out.