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Ferrari holds 2014 engine packaging advantage - Allison

Ferrari Enlarge Ferrari technical director James Allison is confident Ferrari will have a big advantage in 2014 due to its in-house engine department. Ferrari will be one of just three engine suppliers next year when new V6 turbos with more powerful energy recovery systems will replace this year's naturally aspirated V8s. The new engines have undergone years of development but Ferrari only launched its V6, the 059/3, on Thursday at a ceremony in Maranello. One of the big challenges facing all teams will be packaging the engine alongside the greater cooling requirements within the chassis. Allison believes this is one area where Ferrari will have an advantage as the engine and chassis have...
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