What on earth did folk in the World Rally Championship talk about while Michel Nandan sat behind the desk in the team principal's office at Hyundai Motorsport? Nothing, apparently, apart from tyre pressures, ramp angles and which driver might - or might not - have had a hair transplant.
But now Andrea Adamo's driving the most powerful motorsport desk in Alzenau, Germany, he's become the sole topic of conversation.
Certainly, it felt that way in Portugal last week, once Sebastien Ogier had levelled the accusation that on the final day Adamo had told Dani Sordo to pull over and allow Thierry Neuville to go by, affording Neuville a dust-free, four-minute gap while the others choked with just two minutes between cars. The plan, apparently, was for Sordo to then pull back onto the road before Kris Meeke came along.