I've got a new motorsport hero - and no, it's not Lewis Hamilton.
Of course, I'm as excited as anyone by the 'Tewin terrier' (I just love the patter of the British tabloids!). We've had a feeling that Lewis is special for years, and it's simply astounding to watch what he is doing at the moment.
But I have to admit, my admiration has been diverted elsewhere in the past week - despite Hamilton's latest Alonso-drubbing podium - to a chubby comedian from Bolton who's previously been more interested in roads to Amarillo than roads to Albert Park and the like.
Peter Kay is arguably the funniest man in Britain at the moment. He's a good old-fashioned yet contemporary end-of-the-pier comic, whose routines include stories about dunking biscuits in tea and those kids who always end up sliding across dance floors on their knees at wedding receptions.