Something has got to give, because events during the Hungarian Grand Prix weekend did not cast Formula 1 in a good light.
There were complaints about track limits, lengthy debates over a potential yellow-flag infringement and the application of the 107% rule. and hefty criticism of the new radio restrictions.
Admittedly, it was against the backdrop of an uninspiring grand prix but it nonetheless highlighted that F1's rulebook is a hindrance. No fan likes talking about the rules or having to wait for a lengthy enquiry, and potential appeal, before they know the final result of a sporting event.