Yeah there was quite a bit of sarcasm in that post. It might have worked if they had changed other rules as well. For instance if cars had to start qualifying with x amount of fuel and had hard qualifying tyres then people would stay out longer and would naturally set faster times towards the end of each session and within the 90 second windows. Still wouldn't work well in Spa though. Not sure what the best way would be to shake up the grids (if this actually needs to happen) as reversing the grids doesn't sound like a good idea either. Can only echo CH's comment about Alonso's crash. Verstappen's attitude annoyed me a little this race as Sainz was on the same tyre, same fuel load and had a similar total points score last season so its hard to see why he should be let by, although he did have a point about pitting first earlier in the race. Should be an interesting season if Mercedes can keep on having terrible starts.