Sir Clive Sinclair is one of Britain's most legendary tech pioneers.
In 1982, he created the ZX Spectrum - one of the first home computers and an important milestone in early gaming.
Three years later, in 1985, he created the Sinclair C5 - a strange little battery-powered go-kart.
It was, umm, slightly less successful - but it showed the scale of his ambitions.
To pay tribute to him - well, sort-of, anyway - check out the following song which reveals whatever happened to the Sinclair C6 - and many of Sir Clive's other inventions.
Okay, so perhaps The Ballad of Sir Clive Sinclair is slightly tongue-in-cheek.