Here's a thought: it might be a good thing if no one other than the FIA owned F1. Perhaps Liberty going under could mean the FIA could have control of the whole thing, the money generated could be better used than filling shareholder bank accounts.
Imagine, cost cap in place, all of the income from F1 going to the FIA, FIA able to pay teams decent prize money. More teams in F1, bigger grids. With more cars you automatically get more racing - the best racing is usually in the midfield so a bigger midfield means more chances for racing. What goes on at the front is usually boring (except for the occasional race where things conspire to make it interesting).
Let me just add: I know that if Liberty went under, someone else would just buy the rights off them and the FIA wouldn't get a look in.
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