Hopefully it is like the late 70s/early 80s, where each season there was a new break through and someone other than Jerry won.Looking forward to the new cars this season
I like the cap idea but how do you police it with a myriad of 3rd party suppliers and technology support companies?I'd open things up and give them a single budget cap for everything. You want a top tier driver? Pay for them, but be aware that your aero budget might take a hit. Your car needs more time in the tunnel? Do as much as you want, but power unit development may suffer.
Stop strangling innovation. As long as safety isn't impacted, let the teams experiment within a much looser formula.
...plus apparently a whole lot of mansplaining from a bunch of guys who'd scored less than 50 points in 5 seasons!When Red Bull decided to get into F1 the initial 2 cars and parts was $500,000,000.00