Our latest edition of 'If Villa were', where we re-imagine the club in different sporting worlds, sees us head to the racetrack.
Ahead of the MotoGP finale in Spain, we thought it was a perfect time to explore our identity in the form of a race team.
Here's how we might look in the fastest two-wheel sport on the planet...
Predominantly claret with flashes of white and blue, our Villa-ised two-wheeler in-keeps with our tradition, but with a stylish, contemporary twist.
It also possesses small details such as the year we were formed, a play on our hashtag – #PartOfTheRide – and the No.7 – a nod to our League Championship and FA Cup title count.
That is all, of course, headed up by our club crest at the front.
If our league titles were transferred to MotoGP championships, we'd be up there with the very best in history.
Only Giacomo Agostini with eight would boast more crowns, and we'd be tied with a certain Valentino Rossi – perhaps the most iconic figure to ever grace the sport.
In terms of a team, Suzuki have won seven MotoGP constructors' titles, and are fourth on the all-time list of most successful engineers.
Our former defender Olof Mellberg once visited Wolverhampton speedway, mingling with the stars of the show.
He met with a fellow Swede, Peter Karlsson, who showed him the tricks of the trade and the secrets behind controlling the nimble machines.
The event saw our former hero as Karlsson's guest of honour at a testimonial meeting.
The duo are from the same village in Sweden and Mellberg's parents taught Karlsson at school.
Keep tabs across our Official Facebook and Instagram pages later this week for our latest offering of 'If Villa Were'.
This one sees us revert back to the ball-game world, ahead of a certain event Down Under in the coming days...