Expect less overtaking next year. However, this is perhaps the most forward thinking point to take from recent events. As I've said elsewhere; under the current rules of engagement, I agree with penalising Rosberg for both the Hamilton and Verstappen incidents – although what I find more difficult is to explain why the penalties were not identical for such similar incidents (one was 10sec whilst the other was 5sec). Despite improvements in stewarding over the years, inconsistencies – real or imagined – are obviously alienating fans, as well as stoking the fires for argument, and F1 needs to get a tighter grip for its own credibility. The suggestion that the Stewards be the same for every race is reasonable. Surely from a spectating perspective, if we get enough fools willing to put their reputation on the line and take one season at a time (perhaps a new set for each season), it ought to improve credibility?*. It might even be feasible… - - -o0o- - -*The problem then becomes whether individual Stewards are self-consistent but such an increase in personal responsibility and a corresponding potential for derision / ridicule would require being very careful indeed.