Bob Dylan was an advocate for change. So he wouldn't get very far as a motorsport official. For a sport built on speed, it's ironic how glacial progress can be in racing. A good thing Dylan chased inspiration for The Times They Are A-Changin' elsewhere, then.
Some people make motorsport's life difficult by being stuck in their ways. In Formula 1, this is best exemplified by its format. As the world championship has evolved - different technology, different venues, different points systems, different qualifying sessions - two things have held firm. There is a qualifying session, and there is a race that lasts for two hours.
'It's always been that way', so that's why it's kept that way. Well, that's a pretty weak argument given how much F1 has changed in 67 years.