James Allison says the weakness in Ferrari's F14T are "fairly clear" but that it is easier to note them than it is to fix them.
Ferrari grabbed only their second podium finish of this season last Sunday in Hungary when Fernando Alonso was pipped to the victory with just laps remaining by the Red Bull of Daniel Ricciardo.
It was the Spaniard's best performance of this season but is by no means an indication that Ferrari have got it right.
In fact technical director Allison concedes it won't be easy to fix what is wrong with the car.
"The weak spots are fairly clear," he told N.
"We don't have as much downforce as the people that are quicker than us, we don't have as...
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