Just what is Michael Schumacher up to? He can't leave it alone, can he? Formula One has been his life, his obsession, his raison d'etre since 1991 - and retiring from the cockpit clearly hasn't changed that for him.
Just over one year ago at the Nurburgring, when the European Grand Prix ran in its traditional April slot, Schuey was on top of his game. He beat arch-rival Fernando Alonso in a classic strategy battle, aided by a 'perfect' compound of Bridgestone tyre and Renault's choice of a too-hard Michelin option.
By accident, I witnessed a private moment of jubilation for Schumacher back then.
As the cars pulled into parc ferme after the race, I headed for the paddock to catch up with drivers fresh out of their cars. But the security guy at the bottom of the stairs had locked the door and wouldn't let me out. I was confused and annoyed. But then I realised why he'd done it.