Well, with Force India in bankruptcy and Williams clearly in trouble....F1 is nearing the end of its current approach to (mis)managing the series. Can't continue to have 3 teams dominating and the other 7 teams not even within a second. I gather lots of regulation changes are coming in 2021, including the most significant change, a budget cap. I gather Ferrari and Mercedes are still resisting that. It is clear that Liberty need to keep Force India and Williams alive through 2021 and bring in a couple of more teams in the meantime. Don't know how they do that without providing some support. But, if they drop to 9 or 8 teams, its gets all the more difficult to field a full and interesting racing series. Right now, F1 is not attractive to enter. They do need to get a budget cap in place sooner rather than later. Ecclestone's most damaging action in the last few years was scuppering Todt's previous attempt to put one in. It has led us to this point. What else needs to be done? They appear to have reached another crisis point.