- No races outside Europe to cut cost
- The races must be published in free TV in all important countries, at least in Western Europe. With that sponsors could get more attention to GP2.
- A reglement similar to LMP2: More different chassis and engine builder who also spend money to teams or in the series (like VW and Mercedes in F3) with a budget cap.
- F1 money for GP2 teams/drivers, because if the first thoughts of the budget cap are right then it will be in a five year strategy reduce to 87m Euros in 2019 and that is less than some teams like Ferrari and Red Bull now gain on prize money. This money could be spend in GP2 as the F1 has the duty to help young drivers in my opinion. The budget cap in F1 also could help GP2 in that way, that the F1 teams get wealthier and have no need for pay drivers. And in that way that there could be a full grid with 26 cars and so more possibilities are left for young drivers.
- Prize money for drivers in the week after the race. So teams could run talent drivers, not payed driver to have success and earn the money, as Russian Time did it in 2013. With the money given every week after the race a driver could race as long as he is successfull without having a contract the whole year.
What I would not do:
- To let the series drive with two years old F1 cars. That would be too expansive and is not realistic.
- To reduce the years drivers could drive in GP2 for a maximum. Experience is not bad, it is good and with just 22 cars on the grid it is quite normal that only a few drivers could climb up to F1 every year and so the drivers must drive longer in other Formula Series.