Help shape classic grand prix
The classic grand prix series, in which we show highlights of great previous Formula 1 races to whet the audience's appetite for the weekend ahead, has proved a great success.
So far, through 2009 and 2010, we have been choosing five previous races from an event's history and asking you which one you would prefer to see. But we're looking to change the format for next season.
We already have some ideas about what we could do in 2011, but we are now asking you to give us your suggestions as responses on this blog.
We will analyse your ideas carefully, weigh them against our resources, and hopefully come up with a suitable approach that will allow classic grands prix to continue into 2011 and beyond.
There are some factors to bear in mind.
Firstly, we are running out of classic grands prix to show in the current format.
By the end of this season we will have gone through 180 grands prix - a good proportion of the 838 F1 world championship races there will have been by the end of this season. Not all of which have been classics, of course.
The other problem is that the calendar is increasingly made up of races with a short history. There are five races on this year's schedule with a history of considerably less than 10 years.
We have already shown all the previous races from these events - and next year there will be another in this category, with the arrival of India.
Equally, while we have an almost comprehensive library of races from 1980 onwards for those grand prix with a longer history, the same is unfortunately not true of the first 30 years of the F1 world championship.
On the other hand, F1 has such a rich heritage that we are reluctant to abandon this feature altogether.
Watch highlights of the 2009 European Grand Prix
Finally, because of the demands of the World Cup and Wimbledon, there will be no classic grand prix feature in the days leading up to the European Grand Prix, which is the next race on the schedule on 27 June.
Classic grands prix will be back, though, ahead of the British Grand Prix.