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Ferrari confirm wind tunnel crisis is now over

Ferrari confirm wind tunnel crisis is now over 4 February, 2014 Fernando Alonso appears to have confirmed reports claiming that Ferrari has now resolved their wind tunnel crisis. For some time, including throughout last season, the famous Italian marque has been working at Toyota's Cologne facilities, while the troublesome Maranello wind tunnel was closed for a complete overhaul. Ferrari had struggled with the correlation of data between the tunnel and the actual track, but last week at Jerez proved that the Maranello facility is now back at full steam. Team boss Stefano Domenicali confirmed that the 'aerodynamic validation' at Jerez last week 'matched our expectations' with regards to the...
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