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It has been said that the true measure of a man is how he handles defeat. I think it quite easy to sit in a dominant vehicle and rack up stats but harder to pursue challenges to raise a team, vehicle, to a competitive status. We see it in Moto GP where certain riders have stayed with a certain manufacturer to stay on top and everyone wants to be a winner and stay champion but how will history regard you? Tis better to risk for reward and possibly fall short and have the admiration and respect of competitors then to take the easy road to victories and lose that same respect to be regarded as a paper champion who was afraid of challenges. Step away from Neweys car and give yourself some challeges