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Ferrari position improving marginally, says Allison

– Ferrari Technical Director James Allison says recent upgrades to the F14 T have improved the team's position marginally but he remains wary that it will not be easy for the team to recoup lost ground.Ferrari has claimed just one podium finish so far in 2014 courtesy of Fernando Alonso's third place in China, leaving it third in the Constructors' championship ahead of this weekend's Austrian Grand Prix."Every season is dominated by the efforts back at the factory to try to improve the package. If you're in front you work to stay in front and if you're not, then your efforts are aimed at moving your way up the grid," he said."Currently, we're doing our level best...
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