Sebastian Vettel and the Red Bull car he calls 'Kate's Dirty Sister' have given Formula One championship leader Jenson Button plenty to think about ahead of Sunday's Bahrain Grand Prix.Click through for the rest, which is actually about motor racing.
The eye-catching moniker came to light after Vettel powered through rain, spray and treacherous standing water to hand his team a breakthrough first victory at the Shanghai circuit last weekend.
"Like a ship, a car should be named after a girl as it's sexy," the 21-year-old German explained to reporters when asked about the name stuck on the dashboard of his car.
"My original car was called Kate. But then it got smashed at the opening race in Australia. So we called this one Kate's Dirty Sister because it is more aggressive and faster."
Most of the article is about sport. But the beginning, and the headline (Faster, more aggressive: Meet 'Kate's dirty sister') are about the car's name. Head, meet desk.
Shiny red racing car helmet curtly tipped to Cynical C, via Facebook.