Why Ferrari has its work cut out for 2016

Why Ferrari has its work cut out for 2016

Ferrari has earned plenty of praise for making progress with its Formula 1 engine, but on the Scuderia's home turf, Mercedes has moved the goal posts. BEN ANDERSON finds out how

Monza. Formula 1's 'cathedral of speed'. A place where a good engine counts for much, if not quite all, of your car's performance.

It's also the home of the Italian Grand Prix - Ferrari's home race. Ferrari sees itself as synonymous with F1 (owing to a continuous competitive history stretching all the way back to the beginning of the world championship in 1950) and so this race is, for many reasons, a big deal for the Prancing Horse.

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