A £25m redevelopment of Silverstone, which could help secure the British Grand Prix's future, has been approved by members of the British Racing Drivers Club.
The BRDC own the circuit which, as F1 supremo Bernie Ecclestone never tires of pointing out, is in dire need of a major overhaul if the British GP is to retain its place on F1's calendar.
BRDC president and former F1 champion Damon Hill (pictured) said: "This vote is a great result for the future of British motor sport."
But is it? In today's monetary terms, £25m sounds like the sort of loose change that might be found down the back of the settee at Ecclestone Towers.
With no-expense-spared new tracks being built or planned around the world, is the BRDC's scheme really enough to bring Silverstone up to speed?
Or does the future of the British GP depend more on the continuing success of a certain Lewis Hamilton...
Let us know what you think.