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Fry: Start procedures need to be improved

– Ferrari engineering guru Pat Fry says the team will need to "learn to improve" its procedures in light of Fernando Alonso's start grid dramas in Belgium.Alonso qualified on the second row at Spa-Francorchamps, but picked up a five-second stop/go penalty for his first stop as his mechanics were still working on his car after the signal to clear the grid. He eventually finished seventh."We could have delivered more as a team [this weekend]," Fry commented."Clearly, Fernando's penalty, because of a problem with the charge from the external battery we use on the grid, cost him the chance of fighting for a place on the podium and from this incident we must learn...
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