Ferrari's Kimi Raikkonen believes it is too early for an accurate assessment of Liberty Media's time in charge of Formula 1.
Liberty are approaching their one-year anniversary since taking over from Bernie Ecclestone in January with the general consensus being that they have made a good start in modernising the coverage of the sport and getting fans more involved in the spectacle.
But some decisions such as the driver announcements in Austin and the unveiling of a new Formula 1 logo have not been too well received and neither has their blueprint for the future of Formula 1.
Raikkonen, though, says they can only be really judged when that change in direction eventually comes.
"They are trying to make it better, easier to follow and more involving the public," Raikkonen told Auto Hebdo.
"But it will only be in a few years, when the new regulations are in force (in 2021), that we will really see the impact of their arrival.
"I think they're putting a lot of effort in, listening to everyone and asking the right questions. I think we'll see if it has been good when we get the new cars."