Ferrari `not pleased` with `unacceptable` team performance at Australian GP
London: Ferrari technical director James Allison has said that the team`s performance in the season-opening Australian Grand Prix was `not acceptable` following team drivers Fernando Alonso and Kimi Raikkonen finishing at fourth and seventh positions respectively at Melbourne.
Allison said that although he is pleased with Ferrari`s reliability but he believes that the team has their work cut out to improve their car in order to compete on equal terms with Mercedes team.
According to the BBC, Allison said that although there is plenty about the car-F14T that is not working well, including the starts and the pace in corners being the strong points, they need to work further on the stability under braking and the speed on the straights.
However, Allison also said that the opportunities to improve the car this are massive, given all the new regulations this year, and they are expecting the race to improve the cars to make them even more `sensational than normal`.
Download the all new Zee News app for Android and iOS to stay up to date with latest headlines and news stories in Politics, Entertainment, Sports, Technology, Business and much more from India and around the world.
More from India
More from World
More from Sports
More from Entertaiment
- DNA: Heart-wrenching reality of Kashmiri pandits
- DNA: Bengaluru's Mount Carmel college students show country's ideology to Rahul Gandhi
- Proud to be an Indian, no plans to leave the country, says Aamir Khan
- Rahul Gandhi's embarrassment in front of Bengaluru college students
- DNA: Aamir Khan clarifies his love towards nation but sticks to previous statement
- Intolerance issue: Proud to be Indian, won't leave country, says Aamir Khan
- Yuvraj Singh completes 8000 runs in first class cricket
- Eat smart to slow down ageing and increase longevity!
- Intolerance issue: Those attacking me are only proving my point, says Aamir Khan – Read full statement
- Woman commits suicide after heated discussion with husband over Aamir Khan's intolerance remark