Energy efficient power trains. Kinetic energy recovery systems. Manufacturers. Road car relevance. Budgets.
I was going to write a column about all that before I worried you might not have problems with insomnia after all. All very laudable and possibly even necessary, but not especially sexy. And four years down the road.
In Monaco, Honda's Nick Fry, on the subject of F1's future direction, pointed out that the show we have now is actually very good. But, in comparison to other sports coverage he has witnessed, we could do a better job with it.
I couldn't agree more. It brought to mind Ross Brawn a few weeks ago when Ferrari's ex-technical director was asked what it felt like to be watching on TV.