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Ferrari: To win in F1 we must have no weak links

Ferrari have not enjoyed a good season largely due to their below par V6 power unit Just like struggling world champions Red Bull, fellow Formula 1 grandee Ferrari is also looking for a way out of its engine problems in 2014 and will be looking to eliminate the weak links in its operations. Unlike Red Bull, however – who rely on separate partner Renault for its turbo V6 power – Ferrari makes both its chassis and engine under the same Maranello roof, but that's not to say Ferrari does not also lean heavily on others. For instance, Autosprint is reporting that Ferrari has commenced talks with potential alternative suppliers for components of its struggling Formula 1 engine....
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