Ferrari begs Todt, Barnard, Brawn and Schumacher to rejoin the team during the course of December. In the months leading upto the season, Ferrari creates a revolutionary F1 car - it goes backwards. The aim is to show the world that Schumacher is still the best and can bet the whole field going backwards. The car is amazing and wins both titles by mid-way through the season. After which Schumacher turns his car around (which is a bit slower) thus letting Massa win the remaining races and finish 2nd in the championship. Unfortunately, this revolutionary design is too revolutionary and after much lobbying by McLaren,who after loosing the F-duct, creat an F-duck (no idea what this is yet but I'll try and think of something), the FIA (now under the dictatorship of Darth Vader, sorry I mean, Max Mosley) bans the design. Despite MrM loving innovation, he is still pissed at Ferrari since his road car developed a misfire and he gt beaten in a drag race on the A92 by James May in a 1976 Austin Allegro.
Meanwhile, whilst on a visit to Disney on Ice with his grand daughter, Bernie gets an amzing idea to keep F1 fans entertained until the start of the season (you can see whwere I'm going with this). F1 on Ice! The creating of this show succeeds in coaxing Kimi Raikkonen back into F1, who goes onto race in 2012 and win the drivers title. After some erratic "chops" off the start line in 2012, random breathalyser tests are introduced for 2013.
On the BBC, after 2 years of having a verbal kick to the head from Eddie Jordan, David Coulthard finally snaps and beats EJ round the head with a near-by frying pan. The fallout of this leads to a national day of mourning for the funeral of EJ, the revision of the BBCs policy on hosting the F1 forum in the hospitaliy area of various teams and after 10 years in a mental institution, DC is deemed fit to return into the community on a limited basis. Due to his mental state still being a bit skewed, his freedom is limited for his own and the publics safety. He is voted Primeminister of Britain in 2023.
I've given this waaaaay too much thought.....