A couple of weeks have passed since the Maranello meeting of Formula One team bosses, and yet so far we have learned relatively little of what they plan to do with the organisation founded on that day.
We still don't know exactly what their new body plans to call itself. As announced on July 29, it was Formula One Teams' Association, a name that inevitably evokes that of the gone-but-not-forgotten Formula One Constructors' Association.
Those with long memories will recall that for several years it was known as F1CA, until someone pointed out that 'fica' meant something rather colourful in Italian. That's when it became FOCA, as in Formula One.