Formula One team bosses have called for immediate rule changes to liven up the sport, after a lacklustre first race at Bahrain.
Nick Fry, CEO of Mercedes GP, said teams should make it a priority to improve the spectacle.
“Formula One risks being damaged if it does not respond to the criticism it has faced for the lack of action in the season-opening Bahrain Grand Prix," he said.
When further questioned as to whether the season-opener was bad for F1, Fry replied: "I think it would be bad if we didn't react.”
Fry is not alone in his views of the season opener, with McLaren team principal Martin Whitmarsh calling for new tyre rules to be introduced, forcing teams to stop at least twice in a race.
"I don't think it was a massive spectacle but I do think it is capable of swinging from one event to another," he said.
However, not everyone wants change. Red Bull Racing team principal Christian Horner said: "We've only had one snapshot today, so perhaps we should review it after the first three or four races.”
Ferrari team principal Stefano Domenicali also suggested it was unfair to judge the season after one race.