Ferrari team principal Marco Mattiacci has promised that the squad will improve its procedures after Fernando Alonso copped a time penalty due to a grid infringement.
A problem with the battery on Alonso's car meant that his mechanics were still working on the F14T after the 15 second signal to clear the grid was given.
As a result, Alonso was hit with a five second stop/go penalty, which dropped him down the order and left him in seventh position at the end of the race.
"Fernando’s race was compromised by a problem at the start," said Mattiacci.
"Without that, I firmly believe the podium was within his reach. We know we have missed out on a great...
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