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Allison: Ferrari hoping for respectable weekend

– Ferrari Technical Director James Allison has said the Scuderia is hoping for a "respectable" weekend on home soil.Fernando Alonso and Kimi Räikkönen both finished in the top-ten in Belgium at the end of last month, with the latter coming home fourth, while the former finished seventh after a good four-way scrap for fifth.Allison believes they will be similarly competitive in front of the tifosi this Sunday: "Spa and Monza, are both tracks that have characteristics that perhaps don't bring out the best in our car and so we approached Spa with a little bit of trepidation. Spa has a very high dependency on power and aerodynamics and we expected to have a hard weekend,...
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