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Video: James Allison explains the philosophy behind the F14 T

Though he was only really involved in the latter stages of its conception, Ferrari Technical Director, James Allison talks of the philosophy behind the team's 2014 contender.'The F14 T began life more than two years ago,' he explains, 'in order to give us sufficient time to do the 'ground up' redesign of every aspect of this car.'Followers of the Scuderia,' he continues, 'will see some of the heritage of our earlier designs, the pull-rod front and rear suspensions being the most obvious example. However, beyond these superficial similarities there is very little to connect the F14 T to any of its predecessors.Although the external changes to the appearance of the car are already...
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