hence ferrari having a feasible chance this year. It's the fact that it's the fifth on the trot that's killing the sport for me.
Ferrari won 5 in a row, but that was with a completely open engine formula - v12s and v10s competing for the same trophy.
The technical arms race I fell in love with - mass dampers, double diffusers, f-ducts, active suspensions, custom tire compounds and fuels - it's all gone the way of the dodo.
I think hearing about tire management the entire race and the fact that it is no longer a Sprint race is the saddest part for me. Even Le Mans has more flat out driving..