This is about the time I would normally sit down and write my Formula 1 column about the weekend's race - that's quite difficult to do on the back of the news about Jules Bianchi's crash and surgery for head injuries, though.
There were plenty of talking points from yesterday's Japanese Grand Prix at Suzuka, and lots of off-track drama to discuss, too - including the news that four-time World Champion Sebastian Vettel will leave Red Bull, the which gave him such extraordinary success over the last few seasons, at the end of this year. However, none of this is quite as important as the health and wellbeing of our drivers. It was poignant to read reports that the other drivers - such fierce rivals on-track - were all at the hospital with Jules after the race.
Now is not the time to analyse, to evaluate, to speculate, or to blame. Now is the time for the entire world of motorsport to send Jules Bianchi positive thoughts - and hope that we will see him race again sooner, rather than later.