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Allison ponders transition point

With Hungary marking the mid-season point, Ferrari technical director James Allison admits that attention is now turning to 2015.'This stage of the season always marks the transition point between the current racing car and the next season's, with resources in the factory transitioning from one to the other,' he told the team's website. 'So it's a time of much work on both projects, with plenty of effort still going into improving lap time on the 2014 car, while pushing ahead with the 2015 project.'However, the enforced two week break in August means that time, therefore, progress, will be limited.'One week after the Hungarian Grand Prix, we are not allowed to do any work in the factory,'...
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