There has been a lot of talk about Ross Brawn being a potential saviour for Formula 1 in recent years. That F1 needed a fresh leader, who knew the championship inside out, to sort out the sporting and technical sides of things.
Last week, that happened. Liberty Media completed its deal to purchase F1, gave Bernie Ecclestone an honorary title on his way out the door and brought in Brawn and ESPN man Sean Bratches to work with new CEO Chase Carey.
Cue fresh waves of optimism. Brawn is the right man for that job. But if he is going to create an F1 in which a small team can 'do a Leicester' - a phrase now as over-used and boring as adding 'gate' to the end of the name of a controversy - I'd suggest he peruses MotoGP's current framework.