Crisis, what crisis …

Nine races into the 2015 season and suddenly there is no crisis ... The British Grand Prix at Silverstone this weekend was, by general consensus, a thrilling and hard fought race. A fitting race for the "home of motorsport" and the 140,000 who turned up to witness it first hand. The end result apparently being a feeling of, crisis averted, all we needed was a good one ... But then again, I wouldn't know, having lost so much interest that I couldn't even remember to set the DVR to record my "home" race at the scene of many of my great racing memories. And this, not the occasional great race, is the real problem: even long term enthusiasts like me have lost interest, and the TV ratings are in free fall. So what are my issues? Where do I begin: 1. Stupid rules, 2. Little innovation where you can see it (see "stupid rules"), 3. Boring races, 4. Prima donna drivers, 5. Zero access to cars and drivers at races, 6. Too many drivers aids, 7. Artificial attempts to spice up the show (see "stupid rules"), 8. CVC Capital Partners, an owner who does not care, 9. Bernie E', too wrapped up in his own wealth and problems to really care, and 10. FIA, FIFA light. The list could go on and on ... Sorry Bernie and the Boys, but I think my indifference is a crisis, you just don't get it ...