What do you think of the proposal to have some short, reversed-grid Saturday races next season - and how difficult would this be for teams to take on?
Martin Smith, via email
I think it's a great idea and if it was down to me that's what qualifying would be replaced with - a short, reversed-championship-grid race on a Saturday afternoon to set the grid for the feature race on the Sunday. I have written about it many times and while, yes, it will change the DNA of F1, in reality that has been changed on many occasions and F1 itself still survives.
We want to see action-packed races - what better way is there to achieve it? George Russell on pole and Hamilton 20th on the grid is something I would watch and I think a lot of others would as well.
All joking aside, it would force the teams to design cars that are better in traffic and that cooled better, but doing it for just a few races won't do anyone any favours. You will need to arrive at the circuit with two aerodynamic specifications, one for the Saturday sprint reversed-grid race and one for the main event.