I've been struck with a thunderbolt of optimism (or at least desire for wish fulfilment) and thought that one day we'll all be able to go to race tracks and watch drivers do their thing in the flesh again. Assuming that everything starts up again, what's top of your list? What's going to get you out of the house and onto the motorway at 7am in order to sample the beautiful early-morning ambience, smell the dew on the run-off areas and waste a day in the best way possible?
Personally I would really like to go and see a British Superbike race somewhere intimate and amphitheatrical, most likely Brands Hatch, or Donington because it's closer. You get track action from mid-morning to sundown, the series is full of personality and drama, it's something like 25 quid a ticket, and the food is terrible.
Also when I drive up to my in-laws I go past a sign for Loton Park hillclimb. No idea what that's like but I ought to drop in. Like Homer Simpson when he heard that Mr T was at the mall, I've kept putting it off and now I have a pang of pre-regret that it may be too late.
Through luck and simply hanging around long enough, I have also achieved the household income bracket where going to the British Grand Prix wouldn't be an unforgiveable thing to do to the family finances. Maybe I should see some F1 cars instead of just moan about them?
Over to you?