With the recent takeover of 3D films, why not let Formula 1 in on a piece of the action?
The easy option would be to allow participants a visual re-enactment of a racing or qualifying lap, so as to make them feel as if they're actually there.
What would be more intriguing though is the use of 3D to recreate a collection of terrific crashes and collisions.
Imagine being a part of the mayhem caused when David Coulthard bulldozed into the wall in Belguim. For the duration of the collision, picture the vast array of tires and car parts flashing inches from your face as you attempt to comprehend what has just happened.
Or, what about appearing as the aforementioned Scottish driver, Damon Hill or Jacques Villeneuve as moments from seven-time world champion Michael Schumacher's controversial collisions are recreated.
It would not be for the faint of heart, so an age limit would have to be provided.
The attraction would instill upon those who want to take part, the excitement and energy that often comes into the sport.
It may also allow greater appreciation for the dangers that the field of drivers face race in, race out.