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Allison expects cars to speed up

Ferrari technical director James Allison is confident that this year's Formula One cars will show a swift increase in pace before the start of the season next month. Allison believes the sluggish start most cars endured during the season's first test at Jerez last month was because most teams focused on reliability and engine performance in the initial stages of development. He added that aerodynamic development usually takes place closer to the end of pre-season. "Just look at the size of the rear wings - they are more or less Canada-type rear wings," Allison told Autosport. "That is roughly where the downforce of the [2014] car is. There is also not the blowing of...
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