How it should be done.
Seriously why should drivers adjust the wings when the computers can do that actually efficient.
Or torque maps, or diff settings or brake bias or other B* that production car electronics have done for 10-20 years.
"People talk about technology trickledown," says British aerodynamicist Mark Handford. "But it's tosh, really. If you look at the spec sheet for an E-Class Mercedes, you'll find electronic stability control and next-generation antilock brakes and all sorts of other things that are illegal in Formula 1. It's so frustrating to have all this technology and not be able to use it.