Interesting, that FRIC and other suspension related solutions, didn't even make the poll.
Maybe this just shows, one of the issues with current F1 - while people may "hate" it, they still only like to talk about aerodynamics, because that's (all) you can "see".
I'm sure there will be many "clever" technical solutions in the coming season, as there have been some "clever & smart" solutions in the past, but most of them are not even "on the radar" of the fans, because they are not easily observable or easy to hear (engine mapping).
Everybody will "droll" about each little winglet, gurney flap or turning vane, because that's all what you can "see" - therefore it will be "analyzed" to death.
I would like to see people developing the same enthusiasm for rocker &/or suspension geometries, and damper curves.
But therein lays the issue, F1 like to claim being a technical advanced sport (and it is in some respects), it's just sad, that they don't like to share/talk about some of there "really" smart/inventive solutions.
Most of the "arms race" in the coming years, on the power train and suspension side of things, will take place hidden form public/TV/fans eyes, which, while understandable to some extent, I find rather sad, and I don't think, F1 is doing itself a favor with their "cold war" tactics.
Merry Christmas & Happy New Year/Season to all fellow forumers
Well said, and a happy new year/seasonal equinox to you too.