The 2005 United States Grand Prix at Indianapolis was an unhappy chapter in motorsport's history. It caused serious damage to Formula 1's image in a key market, one in which Bernie Ecclestone had tried for so long to gain a foothold.
Indeed, some of the key players are keen to forget that the nightmare took place.
"I've got a good way of getting on in my life," says Formula 1 ringmaster Ecclestone. "I'm in a good position to forget the bad things, and only remember the good."