Formula One boss Stefano Domenicali has revealed where the next new Grand Prix could be added to an almost packed out F1 calendar.
Three races into the season, and already it looks like Max Verstappen will be a three times champion come the end of the year, and it would take a minor miracle to stop him.
The Dutchman has won two of the three races so far, coming second in the other, in which he started 15th on the grid, and no one looks capable of catching the Red Bulls right now.
Lewis Hamilton did finish second last time out, in the Australian Grand Prix, not that any of his team were there to celebrate at the end of the race.
Despite his dominance so far, there is some fear that Verstappen could walk away from the sport in the near future, because of the potential changes in the sport.
And he might not be too keen on the latest update from Domenicali, who has revealed that they're looking at more venues for future races.
This season is one of the longest on record, with 23 races taking place, although it would have been 24 if the Chinese Grand Prix hadn't been cancelled.
There can only be 25 races at a maximum, thanks to the agreement between the teams, but the F1 boss has quite a few potential new locations in mind, meaning some of the 'classic' courses could be removed.
"Today, the money is huge, but we need to protect the quality of the events and the sport," the former Ferrari team principal told Sky Sports.
"When 'historical' is only connected to looking behind, that is a problem."
On future locations he added, "100 per cent, Africa is still a continent that we are working very hard.
"As I always said, we need to find the right partners, the right middle-term plan.
"What I want to avoid is that we go there one year and then forget it. We are working, trying to find a solution for the best of the sport, for the best of the country."
There is three Grand Prix in the US this year, with Las Vegas debuting for the penultimate race of the season, but the 57-year-old confirmed there was interest for more races there.
"There is a lot of interest in far East Asia, more interest in the US. But in this moment, we have three which I think is the right number for the next couple of years."
And finally he talked up the prospect of a potential street race in London, saying, "I think that London maybe has other priorities to tackle but, of course, that would be a great project.
"We are ready to discuss it because London is where we have the offices, so it would be not bad - easy commuting."