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Ferrari in talks with new turbo supplier

Scuderia Ferrari is already hard at work at resolving its engine problems to prepare in the best possible way for the 2015 campaign. Until then though, no real performance updates can be added on the power unit. Italian magazine Autosprint has reported that the team has begun talks to change turbo suppliers after finding out that the turbo of the current power unit, supplied by Honeywell, is one of the main problems for the car's lack of performance. 'Ferrari has its historical partners,' wrote correspondent Alberto Antonini, 'but something has to change.' Since the very beginning of the season, both Renault and Ferrari have faced stiff competition from Mercedes who appear to have done the...
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