In an interview with the Sun newspaper, David Coulthard made it clear that he expected to get the better of Michael Schumacher again this year.
Talking about his win at the 2001 Brazilian GP, he hinted that maybe the German's commitment in difficult situations could be waning.
"I watched Montoya's move and I analyzed that he had a car with more straight (line speed)," the Scot said. "The closing speed on Michael gave him the momentum to believe he could make the manoeuvre.
"It was a committed overtaking move, which any of the good guys would have attempted. I passed Michael later in the race, because he lifted as he could not see where he was going and, therefore, he had his doubts.
"I didn't lift because I had analyzed my commitment and knew it was my chance. It was a significant example that Michael is getting old. He's still good, but he lifted and I didn't."
Just another example of why I cannot handle DC. He takes an isolated incident and turns it into an ego trip. "MS is losing his edge because I passed him in the Brazilian GP. Forget about the rest of the season when he lapped me on a few occasions."
DC is a bigger moron than I thought! He should forget about Michael and concentrate on the fact that Raikonnen's probably going to out-qualify him 60:40.