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Allison: Ferrari thinks too ‘short-term’

James Allison believes Ferrari's recent lack of success has been a result of having “worked a bit short-term in the past”. 2014 looks set to be a season without a victory for Ferrari as the team is a long way off the pace of Mercedes and has scored just two podiums all season so far. 1993 was the last time Ferrari failed to win a race in a season and technical director Allison believes it will always have the ingredients to be a title-winning team but admits organisational failings have been hurting its chances. “I don't think Ferrari's ever lacked for resource, it's never lacked for quality of people, quality of drivers, so we have many of the key parts of being a successful...
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