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Ferrari looking for speedy development

Despite being able to push "a bit harder" with their engines, Pat Fry has downplayed Ferrari's Montreal updates. Fernando Alonso set the pace in the morning's session at the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve, crossing the line 0.016s faster than Lewis Hamilton. And although the Brit was quickest in the afternoon, the two Ferraris finished third and fourth with Kimi Raikkonen ahead of Alonso. The duo were both half a second down on the leading Mercedes driver, an improvement on their recent form. Explaining the updates that Ferrari brought to Montreal, Pat Fry told Autosport: "There were quite a few bits, aero, control system tuning, obviously the engine reliability updates, which...
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