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Allison: Our 2015 Ferrari will be different in every area

James Allison talking about the 2015 car Ahead of  the Italian Grand Prix at Monza, Scuderia Ferrari Technical Director James Allison met up with journalists and here are highlights of his responses to their questions. There’s a lot of talk about the power unit, with the engine getting most of the blame. Is that really the case? What is lacking in the F14T? James Allison: Mainly, we are behind our rivals Mercedes in terms of power, but also when it comes to aerodynamic downforce. It’s difficult to split the blame in percentage terms, as it’s the car as a whole which is not competitive enough. We need to work on every aspect, it’s not just a question of the engine or just the...
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