Now I know this is unlikely because they fit it into their timetables for development etc, but I would seriously look at this. It makes no sense to release Sept/October when that season is almost over. Then, when fans get an injection of enthusiasm again in March, driving with the previous season' s cars, rules, dynamics and drivers can be a simple things that puts a lot of people off. Similar to the FIFA football series, the F1 games should have a sensible release date to tie in with the season. The football seasons begins in August and the FIFA game is always, and has always been, released in Sept/very early Oct. The F1 game should do the same in my opinion. The season starts mid-March so I would look to release by last week of April. This simple change in delaying release by 6 months would mean they would eventually have to skip a season, but that would be more than worth it to get it out into market in early season when fans will be enthused, want to play it and be excited about using the current cars, teams, drivers and rules. It baffles me why they release near the end of the season with drivers, teams, rules and dynamics all becoming outdated within a few short weeks. The only logical answer I have come up with as to why they do this is to give themselves months to learn the dynamics of the cars, but that can't be true as it is more SimCade than a genuine dynamics-reliant sim.