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I have to disagree.....
Look how Williams won their titles, by copying other teams ideas and perfecting it.
They did it with ground effect once Lotus introduced it with their 78 & 79, in 1979 Williams dominated the second half of that season and so won 1980 too. Active suspension, again another Lotus idea that Williams built to perfection to be the fastest car in 1991 (though very unreliable) but perfected it by 1992 and we saw the outcome of 1992 and 1993.
Innovation is good in one way because it gives you an advantage, but others can easily copy and adapt the idea to make it work better, I think by the end of last year Renault probably had the best F-Duct.