Brundle was asked which race was his favourite of the year in a Sky Sports end of season Q&A.
"Bizarrely, I think it was Las Vegas," said the legendary pundit. "It didn't start well, but you know 82 in-race passes, six lead changes. And it was sort of Monza speeds, but it looked like almost on a track with the same grip as intermediates when it had been raining a little bit.
"So to see them grappling with the cars, then the super high speed stuff, the late breaking and all the craziness that went on.
"On Thursday night I was really worried for Formula 1, if I'm honest. When the crowd got kicked out and, I was standing trackside at 3:45 in the morning, commentating on Formula 1 with empty grandstands and it just seemed surreal and like we're in big trouble.
"But by Saturday evening when we finished, I actually thought it was a great race."
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