My most treasured celebrity encounter in the Formula 1 Paddock came at the 1995 Monaco Grand Prix, when I was sitting in the Rothmans hospitality tent. Bernie Ecclestone entered and asked if the seats at my table were free. I told him they were and a minute later the presence of backwards walking cameramen heralded the arrival of someone important. It was Diego Maradona, who took the chair beside me. We engaged in a conversation about the 1982 World Cup in Spain, where he had scored for Argentina in a win over my country, Hungary.