Ferrari have earmarked the Canadian Grand Prix to crank up their engine as they are confident that the so far disappointing V6 turbo power unit can run bolder engine settings.
Ferrari technical director James Allison told media in Monaco, 'On the engine side, the only changes that you are allowed to make to hardware are for reliability so there is no opportunity for performance there. There is a lot of opportunity to get more horsepower out of the same hardware as you increase your confidence in how hard you can push it.'
'As time goes by, on the dynos, you learn exactly where you can exploit the performance, and that brings you confidence to bring new settings that deliver...
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