One of the hot Formula 1 topics at the moment is about how to get the cars that are entitled to run in the third part of qualifying to actually participate, instead of sitting in the garage saving tyres.
I'm sure we all have our own suggestions about this and I'm no exception. F1 and the people who are directly involved who can do something about these situations generally tend to act a bit like an oil tanker - slow to change course.
When I was more directly involved, as technical director at Jordan and then Stewart GP, Bernie Ecclestone would have taken all the team principals into a dark room, banged a few heads together and come up with a solution. I'm not sure where this style of management has gone, but I for one really do wish we went back to that.