Georges Bizet was a French composer of the romantic era. He was born in 1838 and he wrote a famous opera, Carmen, about a Spanish gypsy. Why on earth would you care about that?
The reason is because you hear the first act to the opera 19 times a year, every other Sunday. Listen out for it at Monza this weekend. Soon after Michael Schumacher has completed his camp leap up in the air on the podium and Kimi Raikkonen has downed as much champagne as the bubbles will allow, you'll hear it.
The music is played during all the podium celebrations after every grand prix. As the Prelude to Bizet's Carmen sings out, you'll also hear trackside commentator Bob Constanduros' famous cry: "And now gentlemen, it's the CHAMMMMPPPPPAAAAAAAAAAAAAAGGGGNNNNNNNNE!"
I once timed the cry at a full two minutes. After this performance, poor Bob can barely speak until the next grand prix.