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Allison: No magic wand to fix Ferrari's problems

Ferrari technical director James Allison has said that the team is working flat out to fix the problems with the F14 T car, but accepted that there is no quick solution to the issues. Fernando Alonso came home in fourth place for the Italian marque at the Monaco Grand Prix, and Kimi Raikkonen was on track for a podium finish before his race was ruined by Max Chilton. Despite this strong result, Allison is under no illusion that changes need to be made at Maranello. 'In Monaco, we continued to analyse the areas in which the F14 T can be improved and now, we are looking ahead to the next race in Canada, where the package we will use there is a good step faster than the car we raced last...
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