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Allison: The key is to keep improving

With its first podium of the season now secured, Ferrari Technical Director James Allison says improvements race-by-race are the key.The Maranello outfit, still reeling from a poor start to the season, which culminated in team boss Stefano Domenicali falling on his sword, can at least take some comfort from the fact that Fernando Alonso scored the team's first podium result of the year in China. That said, the result was more about the driver than the F14 T, the Spaniard, not for the first time in his career, performing miracles with machinery not deserving of his talent.Currently fourth in the title race, James Allison believes Ferrari can yet battle for honours but the team must make...
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