Many things must be discussed
Formula One chief Bernie Ecclestone admits rising British star Lewis Hamilton may not have a home Grand Prix soon.
Ahead of the Brazilian finale last weekend, Ecclestone told the British Racing Drivers' Club he is not happy with the state
of the facilities and may not renew their contract when it expires in two years.
"I think we've got a contract up to 2009," he told BBC Radio Five Live's Sportsweek. "After that, I've no idea."
"They know what they've got to do if they want to retain it. But maybe they don't want to."
Ecclestone has no qualms about axing Silverstone.
Asked if it was a real possibility that Britain wouldn't have a race, he said: "Yes, quite easily after 2009."
"There are a lot of things. They need to be paying the rate other Europeans are paying, they have to get the circuit and track up to a standard."
"It can't be comparable to most of them but it needs to be an acceptable standard."