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Ferrari needs to be more creative to win - Allison

Ferrari must give its technical staff more freedom to think outside of the box if they're to get back on terms with Red Bull and Mercedes, according to technical director James Allison. The Italian team are currently third quickest and haven't won a race in over a year. In response, four-time champion Alain Prost recently said Ferrari and McLaren needed a different approach. Allison agrees with Prost's assessment and is working to change the way his technical staff work in order to encourage more creative ideas which he believes will be key to catching up. 'Creativity and originality are really important parts of being competitive,' he said. 'If you want creativity in your car you have...
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