Tekno Autosports is a single-car outfit in a paddock full of larger teams. However, if its Supercheap Auto Bathurst 1000 victory is anything to go by, it isn't holding it or its customer Holden VF Commodore back one iota.
It isn't only the Supercars arena in which Tekno is turning heads, either. The team took out the Liqui-Moly Bathurst 12 Hour, while November saw it claim the GT Australian Endurance Championship and third in the overall GT title.
So what is it about Tekno Autosports that allows it to keep bringing home the big wins? V8X Supercar Magazine takes an in-depth look in issue #96.
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According to its Supercars pilot Will Davison, it all comes down to "the human element".
"There is no magic in this sport, a lot of people – particularly in the larger-sized teams – go looking for the 'silver bullet' and they lose the human element," explains Davison.
"Every team is doing a great job up and down pitlane; everyone is trying to find that little edge, but a lot lose sight of that human element, working together and concentrating on some of the small details.
"People often, in such a controlled category, go searching for 'big'. For particular teams with resources and money it can be a good thing, but it can be a bad thing as they go designing and changing and the car is different every time it goes out.
"While it is hard at times (being a small team), we have the highest quality of people... and everyone is very passionate about working here and they spend the money on the right areas.
"We are obviously limited on what the team can spend, but if you look at bang for buck, I definitely think we are the best team in pitlane."
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