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Ferrari making steps forward insists Allison

Ferrari Technical Director James Allison believes that his team has shown small signs of progress in recent weeks with a number of successful upgrade packages, although he admits that it will not be easy for the Scuderia to recover from its poor start to the season. The team has scored just a single podium finish this season, courtesy of Fernando Alonso’s third place in China, and currently sits a distant third in the constructors’ championship, behind Mercedes and Red Bull Racing. “Every season is dominated by the efforts back at the factory to try to improve the package that you have,” said Allison. “If you're in front you work to stay in front and if you're not, then your...
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