OK. You've attacked on the Carrefour. Only Cance and Tombo could follow your wheel.
You've led them both into the velodrome at Roubaix, ridden confidently round the track, and sprinted from the front off the last bend. Neither of them can get round you.
You've done it! You're the winner of Paris-Roubaix.
Now, in the light of last Sunday's happenings on the podium at Flanders, and with today's fun race for the GP Pino Cerami fresh in the memory - Pino Cerami is 90 years of age, won P-R in 1960, and regularly rocks up for the podium presentation at his race, though sadly not this year because of health problems - here's the big question.