In case you've forgotten, there was a motor race on Sunday afternoon, as Michael Schumacher broke through the 90-win barrier with victory in the Italian GP.
The German becomes the first ever five-time winner at Monza, and he gave Ferrari their 17th victory there, extending the record for most wins for a constructor at a single circuit. At an average speed of 245.814 km/h, the race was the third fastest in F1 history, beaten only by last year's (247.096 km/h) and the 2003 Grand Prix (247.585 km/h).
Ferrari and Michael Schumacher celebrate another victory in the Italian Grand Prix © XPB/LAT
With retirement looming, the seven-time champion will own every major record in the book, with one notable exception. At the end of the season he will have started 249 races, seven short of Riccardo Patrese's record. Although he claims to be disinterested in statistics, he may know that he needs just two more wins to equal the combined total of Alain Prost (51) and Ayrton Senna (41).
A home victory will always be enjoyed by the tifosi, and the fans enjoyed a "virtual" 1-2 as incoming Ferrari driver Kimi Raikkonen finished on the podium for the first time at Monza. For the second year in a row, Kimi was the quickest man in qualifying, but unlike last year, he was able to line up on pole - the 125th in the history of the McLaren team, and the 11th race in a row where Kimi has beaten his teammate on Saturdays, be it Juan Pablo Montoya or Pedro de la Rosa.