Speaking of Indy car. I Dvr’d the race and mostly enjoyed it. There are a few things that really annoyed me though, or wish they’d improve on. Plus a few I really liked A) Going to commercial during the actual race. How stupid. I guess Indy races are a little longer maybe? But seriously, can they find a way not. I just feel it takes you out of the race as far as flow is concerned. B) Cars of the same team painted differently. Using the McLarenSP cars as an example. Ones painted very similar to their F1 cars. Another is black. One of the things I came to love about F1 was following teams themselves, so being able to immediately identify which teams people belong to seems like it’d add a little more nuance and excitement to races. C) Team radio: I like they just randomly play radio conversations from time to time. I just have absolutely no idea who is speaking. Do the little F1 pop up so we know. D) this one might be super nit picky, but it’s something I pay attention to in F1. The F1 timing screen mostly give the intervals between drivers, not from the leader. Indy did to the leader, and I just felt it was harder to see what kinda battles were taking place off screen. E) I have no idea how the points system works for Indy, and the announcers nor the graphics did anything to help. I feel like this is the ol’ tv/radio adage but assume you’ve got a new audience every 15 minutes, or in their case every race. I know it’s race one, but explain how points are earned, and how many per place, fastest lap, etc? Martin Brundle does an amazing job when he’s doing the race subtly explaining the rules/points system of F1 during the race. Now things I did like: 1) I LOVE that Indy cars can get right on each other. It drives me crazy in F1 to see them have to back off people because the cars can’t ride the slip stream. It makes for tighter races, and closer finishes. It feels more like a legit race, not so much a undercut over cut game with the occasional overtake due to DRS, or a late brake and zoom on by after one close corner. I hope the 2022 F1 car changes that. 2) The onboard camera angles are sensational. The camera at the top of the car that can turn 360 allows for really cool stuff.