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Ferrari targets continuous improvement

Despite a longer than usual break between races, Ferrari Technical Director James Allison does not target the Spanish Grand Prix as a benchmark for the team but instead aims to gradually improve the F14 T at each event. Allison refutes the idea that the Ferrari was much better suited to China, because it's better performance compared to Bahrain is more likely thanks to the improvements made to the car in between those two races. “Where did we see the real performance level of the car? Bahrain or China?” he asks. “It’s a mistake to think in those terms, because it wasn’t the same car at the two tracks. Between those two races, we improved the car quite substantially, so not only...
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