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Pete, totally agree with the technicalities but totally baffled by your interpretations of what I said.
Will repeat, if there are two men/teams that can find a good set up (if there is one possible) that’s these two men/teams.
And additionally, yes, if there was a possibility that things can be changed at a moment’s notice these two men/teams can do it.
There might be instances were design as is will restrict or makes it hard/harder to change geometry of suspension, an example/s are pick up points and parts of the real suspension being inside the gearbox (where the clutch is supposed to be).
it was rumoured that Force India tried their version of FRIC in Spain but reverted back to normal suspension.