Ferrari World is in the first stages of its unveiling – the theme park for petrolheads in Abu Dhabi has opened its doors to the first selection of journalists and revealed a new set of pictures.
But our eyes weren't drawn to the galleries featuring the rollercoasters, the red colour schemes or the sheer size of the place, but to the wall featuring the name of their past Formula 1 world champions and a rather significant typing error.
Ok, so Kimi Raikkonen might have only won the F1 world championship once to Michael Schumacher's seven times, but there is no excuse for getting his name wrong. Instead he is immortalized (until Ferrari changes the sign that is) as Kimi Raikonnen.
We imagine Kimi would feel rather annoyed by the typo, after all, he drove for Ferrari for three years, winning the championship in his first season with the team.
Perhaps that is why he is seemingly staying away from F1 for now and concentrating on rallying.
"We are no longer looking out for opportunities for Formula One. Kimi seems to be focused on rallying at the moment," his manager, Steve Robertson told Finnish TV station, MTV3.