I am not a fan of any driver but of motor racing in general. Can you explain to me why the Japanese Grand Prix is scheduled for the penultimate race of the championship? The last three races there have been a disaster.
Would it not make sense to put this race at the beginning of the season with the USA or Canada? We could then have the largest circuits at the end of the season. If the championship is tight then the last three races on larger circuits would lead to a much improved ending to the season, instead of having it killed off by grid position in Japan.
How much longer will the sponsors of the Australian Grand Prix keep paying out to show meaningless races? I know Senna is in charge of driver safety at circuits but who is in charge of spectator satisfaction? Bearing in mind the cost of following our sport, should we not be given the satisfaction of a well-organised championship?
My thanks for a smashing magazine.