F1i readers have chosen who they would like to see racing for Williams next season alongside Lance Stroll, and it was a landslide vote.
The Grove-based outfit has narrowed down its selection to three drivers: incumbent Felipe Massa, Paul di Resta and Robert Kubica. Our F1i poll added Jolyon Palmer for good measure however.
We can't say we were surprised to see Bobby K. win your favors with a crushing 70 percent.
Kubica's sensational comeback story has a feel good factor inevitably attached to it, but it would also be fascinating to see how he performs at the highest level.
While Williams acknowledged its interest in the 32-year-old, the jury is still out however on whether Sir Frank would be bold enough to take on the man who everyone believed was permanently lost for the sport.
Back to the poll, Paul di Resta came in second with 17 percent of your votes. The Scot appears to be keeping a low profile from the outside, but we know he's working overtime to convince Williams that he is the right man for the job. And ultimately, that may well be the case.
With just 7 percent of your votes, Massa is being told by our readers that the time has come for him to exit F1, but not through a revolving door like last year.
We agree that the Brazilian is now owed a comfortable and plush retirement from F1.
F1i Poll: Who do you want to see at Williams in 2018?
Kubica - 70%
di Resta - 18%
Massa - 7%
Palmer - 5%