On track, the United States Grand Prix was all about Lewis Hamilton securing his sixth world championship. But what happened off-track was also significant, with the 2021 regulations rubber-stamped by the FIA's World Motor Sport Council and presented to the world last Thursday.
I suppose it's good to see that Formula 1 can meet its deadlines. With FOM and the FIA working closely over the last year or so, they have finally released the detailed technical, sporting and financial regulations for 2021 to hit the end-of-October deadline.
That's a big contrast to our in-or-out MPs in the United Kingdom who still can't make up their minds about Brexit. So, well done F1 for finally getting it done.