Exactly. There's a reason why any good racing series eventually gets **** canned, and more often then not it is ballooning costs. We see it within Group C/GT1 in both iterations and now we see it in LMP1. Simply going back to it with new technology is completing the same vicious cycle that got us into this place. You want to make the racing better, and more importantly, cheaper for works and privateer teams? Go to the Daytona prototype model. But of course, the FIA won't do that, because its a bunch of Yankee technology, and they have the belief (correct as it may be, but not done in the right context) that their racing series should be a showcase of technology.