Looking into the future, one-hundred and fifty years from now, the Twenty-Second Century, racing will certainly evolve with technology. One of the exciting technologies that may develop into fantastic implementation is fluid objects and materials- parts of a vehicle that can change form and take on different properties. The tires themselves may seamlessly blend into the underside of the car as it takes to flight on jumps, as a ski-jumper would find the best form to pass-through the air. Quantum locking aerodynamic surfaces might not need to be attached with airflow disturbing struts, but will seem to hover without support, and yet still transmit the needed downforce to the car chassis. Where will the driver be? Is there a human driver? Safety will render clear windows obsolete, especially when more sponsorship real-estate is provided.