Dan. More excellent images. Mike Hawthorne was my boyhood hero on 2 and 4 wheels. The photo of him in the Ferrari, 1955 is spectacular - but frightening - no Armco barriers or roll cages on the cars, no full face helmets, spectators near the track, in those days; now we even have a halo around the driver. 40+ years ago, as an engineer in my 20s, I was lucky enough to work on early drive trains for performance cars but heavy lead acid batteries were a burden. In my 30s, early methanol fuel cells were tried but had too many problems. In my 40s, lighter batteries were scaled up and introduced. In my 50s, we started to demonstrate high area supercapacitors coupled to batteries for fast power delivery over limited times (i.e., good for acceleration). Finally, retired in my 60s, it is good to see Formula Electric progressing strongly, aided by powerful, rechargeable batteries, supercapacitors and computer assisted control. My hope is that it will become the normal F1 technology. The driver remains supremely important. So many scientists, engineers, mechanics and technicians quietly beavered away for so long to get here. Walshy.