James Allison has backed Formula One's works teams to shine this year as he says having the engine and chassis under one roof will be a "massive advantage."
Formula One has undergone a major overhaul in the engine regulations in the build-up to this year's Championship.
The 2.4-litre V8 engine is gone and in its place in the 1.6-litre turbocharged V6 with ERS.
"One of the massive advantages that this team has is that it has the engine and chassis under one roof," the Ferrari tech director told Autosport.
"That is an advantage in any year. But in one like this one, where you are packaging such a different power unit as has been necessary in a year like this - that...
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