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Allison: Ferrari starting to understand F14 T

Ferrari technical director James Allison says the team is starting to understand the new F14 T, following the second pre-season test in Bahrain. The Scuderia managed 285 laps of the Bahrain International Circuit with its 2014 challenger. Allison says the team wanted to maximise track time at the test and had started to get an understanding for the handling of the car. He also revealed that the team will start to operate the car closer to race trim at the final winter test which takes place this week. 'We came to Sakhir aiming to work steadily through the huge list of actions that we must complete,' he said. 'We wanted to maximize track time, working methodically in order to be ready for...
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