The ideas we have presented and the methods we preach have a basis. I would never promote technology that I haven't seen work. I would rather not say anything rather than mislead. No one has to buy into any of what is printed here, but you do need to think out your particular setup and how you attack your racetrack.
To be more successful, it helps when you get your car setup correctly for the basics of: front and rear geometry, alignment, and balance. Develop a proper approach to the setups for the tracks that you intend to race at and be prepared and willing to make changes to your setup when the track conditions change. That ideology will never change.