Formula One star Lewis Hamilton hides a secret that has lead to his phenomenal success - a rare form of Autism.
Unable to look forward for more than about 30 seconds he feels obliged to look away to the left or right hand side. Only ever casting forward looks now and again to appear interested.
He will rarely look people in the face.
Even in childhood, this secret made him an instant success in remote control car racing - but didn't help him make friends.
Dressed up as being "Single Minded" by many pundits, the rare condition means he can blot the world out as he go's round in circles - which he particularly enjoys.
The other give away sign has been the words he uses (like the repeated use of the word "Cool" in his recent autobiography) and his calmness - some professionals call it a "detached autism syndrome" (DAS for short).
His recent desire to move to Switzerland has been linked to money rather than the real reason - his desire to be "Home Alone" like he is when he is in his racing car. It is only then that he feels "settled" and truly comfortable with himself. The disease whilst not degenerative could become more noticeable as time passes and the patterns become more obvious.