At the 1967 Le Mans 24 hour Dan Gurney and AJ Foyt were teamed in a Ford GT 40. They'd both been adversaries at Indy a couple of weeks before. Bruce McClaren had set up the chassis for what he hoped would work. One of them took the car out (Gurney, I think) and came in with a long list of chassis adjustments to make it handle. Then Foyt went out and came in with his own list of chassis changes. By the time they were finished there were not two tires pointing the same direction. After Gurney and Foyt went to the hotel the crew chief told the crew to set the car back up the way McClaren had it. They won the race by a wide margin, and after the race were praising the way the car handled. If anyone has any I would love to hear them.