If you're not particularly enthused by the prospect of a pair of Toyotas - and realistically two Toyotas only - slugging it out at the Le Mans 24 Hours unchallenged next month, then you've probably got an eye on 2021 and a new era for the World Endurance Championship. I only wish I could tell you the shape and the form of the cars that will be vying for outright victory in the world's greatest race two years hence.
I can't tell you now, and I probably won't be able to tell you tomorrow after what what could turn out to be one of those seminal days in the sometimes tortured history of sportscar racing. Probably not next week, either. That's how uncertain these times are.
Le Mans 24 Hours organiser and WEC promoter the Automobile Club de l'Ouest, together with the FIA, will ask for commitments to its hypercar concept rules package at a technical working group in Paris on Thursday. That's firm pledges from manufacturers to be on the grid in 2020/21 when the regulations are due to come into force.