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Ferrari sure F14T has great scope for development

Ferrari aims to build on the reliability of the F14 T shown at Melbourne, with the team's Chief Designer claiming that the larger scope for development is encouraging for the season. “Our car reliability was good, as was that of the power train, not just for the Scuderia but also for our customer teams,” says the team’s Deputy Chief Designer Simone Resta, looking back at Australia. “Another positive aspect that emerged from the Melbourne weekend is that we found the F14 T performs well in terms of cornering speed. However, we also saw that we were lacking a bit of top speed, which made it difficult to overtake other cars on track.” To prepare for the races in Malaysia and Bahrain,...
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