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Alesi points to positive progress at Ferrari: 'That is more important'

Although Ferrari have had a poor first half of the season, Jean Alesi believes the team's performance should be seen as progress. According to the former Formula One driver, the Italians need a little more time to get back into the championship race. Article continues under ad In 2008, Ferrari took home an F1 title for the last time. This season, the Italians have a serious chance of winning the championship for the first time ever, although they enter the second half of the season well behind Red Bull Racing. The question is whether Ferrari can still make things difficult for Red Bull and Max Verstappen. Alesi believes Ferrari have made progress this season. Especially 2020 was a disaster...
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