I believe dynamic or active suspensions are great. But, being old and old school, it's like the days of wooden ships and iron men, the human element is first at RetroRacing.
When we do well, it's because our human drivers did well. not a high-tech trick. It's man against machine.
Think of it like the legend of John Henry, the steel driving man. He beat the steam hammer to the top of the hill, then he laid down his hammer and he died.
VW underneath a classic Italian body design.