In addition, the talented drivers that are stuck with the crap boxes, are basically getting to understand the tires better than the drivers with the best cars. Because the crap boxes are less aero dependent, it forces a driver to refine his skill, and the tires play a bigger role in the overall performance. I wonder what would happen if Glock, or Kovalinen, or any of the other good drivers stuck in crap boxes were to move up to a better car. Would they be able to extract more from a good car, after conditioning themselves to extract performance from an inferior vehichle?
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