Dieter has waxed lyrical about the team and done his best to fill out the white space, but it's hard to put a spin on an empty factory running on skeleton staff without there being any new information. Anderson and Windsor are still using lots of 'ifs' and 'whens'.
The most interesting part was at the end:
Next week, in Part II, GV will reveal the identity of the main investor and his rationale behind funding the operation, unique insights into the team's driver options, and Team US F1's inclusive approach to fans and partners, including details on the team's in-house TV production facility.
It has already been revealed to be Chad Hurley from YouTube and it will be interesting to hear what he says. A link-up between F1 and YouTube would be fantastic for both brands, especially if YouTube is allowed to display F1 copyrighted material.