I think Asia is good. We have had a lot of success in Asia. Malaysia has become a lot stronger now and there is a lot more interest there. Maybe we can squeeze one more in Asia.
What we need now is a Treaty of the World not a Treaty of Rome.
They say Formula One is a market which it can't be, obviously. Our market is independent, it's a sport.
People want to build new circuits around the world and they say 'We'll come to Silverstone and have a look how it's done', and I tell them to stay away.
I understand now that there may be some problems with that.
I wouldn't be surprised. He's done very well, hasn't he, and probably gets a bit tired of chasing around the world.
It would have been dangerous to run. In hindsight, the more we looked at it the worse it was. Whatever the cure was, the side effects were worse.
It's wrong to say that Ferrari have been excluded. I think they will come along. It's positive news for a change.
They are knowledgeable about motor sport and make an ideal partner for Formula One.
We have a contract with them, so I don't see any problem. From our point of view, we don't have a problem. Tony (George) and I are discussing another five years after that.
We've not got a contract with Silverstone yet but I would be shattered if we didn't get one.
The FIA (International Automobile Federation) did not want to go ahead with the qualifying that is being proposed.