Yesterday at Silverstone we had a decent restart under the existing rules. It seems to me that not every safety car situation requires a race suspension. I believe they had the option to have a standing restart but chose to go for a rolling one. That seemed a bit of an odd decision to me but, hey! T Anyway, the options appear to be covered in the reg's already so there just isn't anything to fix. If it becomes a blanket rule to have all restarts after a safety car as standing starts then we actually lose some opportunities for variety. It was actually quite interesting not knowing quite what to expect yesterday and it was a demonstration of one format that was fair, clean and safe. WTF was wrong with that? Going slightly off topic here but, the real issue highlighted for us yesterday, which F1 actually should think about, was whether or not the race needed to be suspended for so long. Did that stretch of Armco really need repairing? Is it beyond F1 in the 21st century for some spare sections of tyre wall to be on hand for emergency use? The fact that the Armco's are "naked" in and either side of that bridge illustrates that the organisers and track owners never expected open wheelers to crash there. Back to the subject, as has been said the good ol' golden rule "If it ain't broke don't fix it" seems to me to be very apt on this one.