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Ferrari takes step in Hungary to recover from backlog

A huge gap has fallen for Ferrari to its former competitors. The traditional top three no longer seem to exist in the same form. Mercedes is omnipotent and Red Bull Racing can pass somewhat at its old level, but Ferrari is far behind. In Hungary the team hopes to overcome the loss with an upgrade package. At the moment the Scuderia is fifth in the championship. That's not so strange after the unfortunate race in Styria. Zero points were taken home. In an attempt to get back to the top, the first parts of a big new package will be taken in Hungary. Together with Haas, Alfa Romeo and Williams, Ferrari sticks to the old aerodynamic configurations so far. At Silverstone the completely renewed...
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