It is a simple trick. Make a machine that is more capable of winning
Grand Prix as any other and give it to the best rider. Do not make the
machine to fast at the expense of flexibility, to slow, too twitchy or
too slow to steer. Make it stiff but don't make it to heavy. Make it
rapid but make it reliable. Use the technology to advantage but don't
make it too sophisticated. Test it but don't risk injuring your riders.
Do it better than anyone else.

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