Thanks guys, now I know to check other areas as well as I had gone for the one with "racing" written in its' summary.
Re "young program", I meant that I think it's a compliment to the bike and program as learning all of the tracks and establishing data for baseline settings, especially with respect to gearing, suspension and mapping from scratch (I know lots of information can mysteriously become available to people), can be difficult. This can take time. To have quickly become competitive and a threat is very impressive.
Many new programs of the past have not had the success that this one has thus far and they should be proud. They are up against stiff talent on very good equipment with loads of data and experience behind them. I am not worried about this being a fluke nor, do I think, are any others among us.
I feel your comments, Shiva, were tongue in cheek. We all want so much success for the guys and the bike that we can be a bit impatient. I'm glad you want them winning consistently, yesterday. We all love our bikes and have our loyalties. This is also largely because of what success will mean to the brand, and the bikes, down the road but this young pup (to continue your dog theme) is still maturing and has already shown it has some teeth. Sick 'em!!!
Enjoy the rest of the season, I'm confident I will!
Ride safe, ride often