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richard - As I'm sure you know, there are many components to making a successful F1 car. The chassis/bodywork, which is the work of the designer, is one part. The engine is another big part, and the round rubber things are a third. This is all before we get to such things as race strategy, pit stops, or driver ability. Newey has never driven any F1 car, or designed the tyres for one, or designed the engine for one. He's one component of a team process. Even at Williams he shared the design work with Patrick Head. His getting sole credit for those cars is more rewriting of history.