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Ferrari certain of a power boost in Canada

Ferrari are confident of making a step forward at the Canadian Grand Prix on both the engine and aerodynamic side. The team have so far struggled throughout 2014, achieving just one podium with Fernando Alonso in China before falling back down the order. James Allison is hoping the latest updates, which will come after Monaco, will go some way in lifting their performance to enable them to again compete for a top three position. "As time goes by on the dynos, you learn exactly where you can exploit the performance more, and that brings you confidence to bring new settings at the track that deliver actual horsepower to the wheels. "That happens continuously and we do have a step in...
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