Bernie, if you're reading this, may we be so bold as to proffer a piece of advice? Get a Mexican Grand Prix back on the calendar as soon as possible.
After 20 years GP-free, the country is hungry for motor racing, and Formula 1 in particular. Mad for it, even.
During a recent two-day visit to Mexico City, we were surrounded by people celebrating speed: the rental-car guys at Mexico City International Airport waxed lyrical about their braking techniques in an Opel Corsa; the concierge in our hotel flicked continuously through racing magazines; and we were told that more than one million people lined the route of last year's La Carrera Panamericana road race, the Mexican equivalent of the Mille Miglia.