Whatever else you do this week, you must read this column. All of it. Why so? Because it's fantastic.
And it's fantastic not because of any talent on my part, but because of the majestic gifts of a man who remains, despite the difficulties he is currently facing, a truly brilliant Grand Prix driver.
That man is Jenson Button, and his difficulties you know about. Bluntly, it's difficult to shine in a shitbox.
It's only possible so to do, in fact, when it rains - and, as the Formula One circus returns to the Hungaroring, scene of Button's only Grand Prix victory 12 months ago, you can be well sure that rain is what he'll be praying for. Showers are currently forecast for Saturday, but Jenson will be hoping it will be wet on race day, too.