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Ferrari admits Melbourne showing 'not acceptable'

Scuderia Ferrari Ferrari technical director James Allison has admitted that the team's performance in the season-opening Australian Grand Prix was not acceptable. The team collected 18 points in Australia courtesy of fourth for Fernando Alonso and seventh for Kimi Raikkonen to sit third in the constructors' championship. Allison says that while Ferrari was pleased with the reliability o the F14T, they have to work hard to catch up with rivals Mercedes. "While we can take some satisfaction from the reliability shown by the F14T, it is clear that we have our work cut out to improve our car in order to compete on equal terms with the Mercedes team," said Allison. "There is...
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