Hey all, Earlier today I came across this concerning and rather worrisome video by Donut Media, which was uploaded today: Is the current motorsport situation really as dire and on the verge of catastrophe as Nolan is saying it is? I can't be the only one very concerned about this, but now I feel more motivated than ever about almost completely sacrificing my health and well being to keep our passion and way of life. On a related note, I think it's safe to say that as a community here, our passion for cars/racing knows no bounds. It's what we live for, and it gives us a sense of self, it's what we build our lives around. It defines who we are as people. It's also what keeps me from sinking into total depression and gives me a reason to get out of bed and doing things. If my one true passion in life is taken from me, I would have nothing to live for; i would lose my sense of self, like one who's lost his memory. I wouldn't be able to get up in the morning without feeling completely demoralized and empty inside all the time, knowing that what defines me as a person and gives me life is gone forever. My passion gives me a fighting spirit and untold amounts of determination and inner grit, which wouldn't exist without it. Ok that last paragraph is a bit of a heartfelt expression, but it doesn't make it any less true to me, probably to many of you as well. Here's to a better and brighter future to all of us.