Sunday morning at a Grand Prix is a good time to get up to speed with the paddock's latest news. Meetings have been had and, with the race imminent followed by mass exodus to airports, things aren't likely to change much for the next few days.
If there's quite a bit bubbling under, the support races are often a luxury you don't have time to indulge in, especially if you've stopped to watch England's World Cup game the previous afternoon...
At Silverstone, Toyota invited the media to watch the footy on Panasonic's latest effort - a 64 inch high definition digital screen that exposed Sven's men to even more detailed scrutiny as they laboured to that one-nil win over Paraguay, those giants of world football.
Yes, yes, I know there are no easy games these days, even if nobody seems to have told the Argies. On arrival, it looked like the pound seats had gone until someone pointed out a spare chair near the front and I sat down next to what I assumed was a German mechanic in his Panasonic Toyota Racing gear. It was in fact none other than former Liverpool striker Ian Rush!