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Lauda, Ferrari agree; reliability is key

Reliability will be the key to unlocking this year's Formula One championship, Ferrari technical director James Allison said after his team's new car was revealed on Saturday. The Briton said that while the rate of development in aerodynamics during the course of the season would be steep, it would no longer be the dominant factor. "The importance of aerodynamics to the championship is going to be at least as important as the differences in power levels between the various engine manufacturers," Allison told the Ferrari website (www.ferrari.com). "However, if I had to choose the thing that was likely to be the dominant factor for the whole season, I would choose neither the...
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