First off, let me tell some backstory about how our grandparents, or, my peers grandparents envisioned the 21st century; I know you'll be thinking, "What the hell?!", but, it will convey my point. You know how our grandparents envisioned a high-tech society with so much promise and utopia, kind of like the universe of that Japanese cartoon, Astro Boy or that American cartoon, The Jetsons? You know how we back when we were kids, we conceptualised technology as awesome rather than gimmicky? Well, human culture had the same feelings towards the highest pinnacle of motorsport. All the technology of past would be further developed into modern marvels of spectacle; where driving upside-down would no longer be theoretical, but, reality. Do you think the banning of past technologies that increase cornering g-force will make the F1 seem primitive compared to prototype cars? Do you think, say in 2050 (I'm just coming up with a random year), F1's appeal will be cliche like the iPod or the Wii? This is one of the silliest threads I've made but, I have a feeling F1 won't evolve into a 21st century science fiction marvel where cars can go ~400-450 km/h and still keep the driver safe in an accident or have tracks that have upside-down sectors.