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107 wrote: Car setup has nothing to do with the problems of Mercedes and Red Bull.
If a setup to solve the problem was possible on the Mercedes and Red Bull designs (car) as is be assured that they would have done it."
It's not car set up, but rather suspension geometry. If you look closely at what Lotus did, they incorporated items from the Toyota LeMans car into theirs. Ferrari used to have a problem that they couldnt' get enough heat into their tires for qualifying, but were great in a race because their suspensions are kind to tires. Well now it's paying off for those 2 teams. But to say that Newey and Brawn can just change things on a moment's notice without consideration on how the entire package works is not realistic. They need time to figure it out and as it relates to Newey, I'm positive he will get it right.