In my eyes, the move is too risky. I've said it many times before but 2014 will be a lottery in terms of who will be on top. I'm going with Renault because they seem to be the only engine manufacturer who have made progress, and with them looking to supply less teams in 2014, the demand will be fierce.
Formula One supremo Bernie Ecclestone recently came out and said that there is no such thing as bad publicity, which was in reference to the Bahrain Grand Prix. A well known saying yes, but in this instance, tasteless. The Grand Prix took place in the gulf state amid incredibly controversial and unpleasant circumstances.
I was about to get a tiny taste of what the world's fastest drivers experience, to try to get some idea of what it's like to take control of what, at the start of the day, was an ominous beast. Would I gain a better understanding of Ayrton Senna and his craft if I got in and drove a car from his era?
People can't get enough of 'Senna'. 20 years after his death, the Brazilian racing driver is still heralded as one of the great legends of his spo...