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Allison hopeful of a decisive Ferrari step for 2015

style="margin: 0px; font-family: Times;">   HOCKENHEIM, 19th July 2014 (F1Plus / Graham Keilloh) - In the midst of another disappointing year for Ferrari, their technical director James Allison looked to the future and outlined what is being done to address the situation.   Allison was optimistic that Ferrari would make a ‘decisive step forward’ for 2015.   “In terms of design changes, I’m not going to go into that,” said Allison.   “But I sincerely hope that we will be able to make a decisive step forward with the car for next year”.   Allison also outlined that the relative shortcomings of this year’s F14 T were ‘fairly clear’, as...
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