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Jefemano, you're mostly right but there is no point in claiming that their current chassis is built from scratch, in fact the differences between it and last year's car are fairly small. That was kind of my point though - not much point in trying to develop the old outdated Dallara dog at this point, better to focus on preparing for the future and making the moves necessary to be able to build competitive cars in a not too distant future. This year's version of the car has one purpose only really - to stay within the 107% rule until they come up with something better.