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Allison: Difficulty doesn t stop at start of season

Ferrari technical director James Allison admits that the build-up to the start of the 2014 F1 season has been unusually hard, but also doesn't expect the difficulty to end any time soon.With F1 introducing a new raft of regulations – from a change to turbocharged 1.6-litre engines to revised aero rules and clamping down on the number of units available during the season – the ability to design a completely new car has been fraught with hurdles that needed to be overcome. Ferrari reached the end of that process with the unveiling of the new F14-T at Maranello on Saturday, but Allison accepts that it is only the start of a long, hard season.“Everyone, every engineer who works in F1, is...
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