Well if you substitute 'bosses' for FIA and Ferrari (although some would argue they're one and the same ) then I suppose it's in the same ball park! heheh I honestly like what I'm hearing so far, and they atleast makes some degree of sense to me, especially regarding the suggestion for testing limitations. Which is an infinitely better cost saving solution than the other proposal put forward by the '9 other' teams. But these sound like they're heading in the right directions... to commission a study into whether a dramatic reduction in aerodynamic downforce and a return to wide, tread-free "slick" tyres would improve the racing. to set up a working group to look into the use of standard electronic control systems. to reduce Grand Prix weekends from three days to two. The first one is obvious The second would certainly help reduce costs and even out the playing field alittle. The last is a good suggestion because currently Fridays are wasted days, I'd much rather see them limit the testing by miles, and throw in a 20 race calender. As for the control tyre, the only way I can see it being fair is if another tyre company is used... otherwise Rinky dinky Link Thoughts?