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Ferrari: Race-by-race we will improve

– Ferrari Technical Director James Allison has said he is confident the Scuderia’s development programme will keep delivering steps that will allow them to improve the F14 T and then challenge Mercedes. Speaking ahead of this weekend’s Bahrain Grand Prix, the third round in the 2014 Formula 1 World Championship, Allison added that while the squad is aware of the size of the challenge ahead, he is still hopeful that they can get there and improve ‘race-by-race’. “We are working in a constant way and with the highest levels of dedication in all the areas of potential development. We brought a useful upgrade to the Malaysian GP and were duly rewarded with a more competitive...
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