One of the many strange things about F1 is that despite being the most exclusive sport in the world - at any given time, there are a scant 22 participants; just enough for one football match - there are so many other people who think they could do it.
I don't mean other racing drivers - no doubt there are quite a few out there who could perform competently, even competitively, in a Formula One car if given the chance. Some will get the opportunity to prove themselves, quite a few more will not.
The people I mean are the ones who corner you in pubs, or at parties. It might be one of the 'back in my day' types, who believes that all the good racing ended 30 years ago and that the modern drivers, with all their downforce and electronic aids, are not doing anything much different to a kid playing on a games console.
Or it could be one of those guys who fail to see it as a sport at all - the ones with 'I drive to work every day and no one is paying me millions' syndrome. (I actually heard a sports presenter say that on the radio during the week of the Australian Grand Prix once).