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The latest on Ferrari's quest to solve its problems

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May 27, 2019, 4:31 PM

Ferrari's 2019 Formula 1 struggles relative to its major rivals continued in the Monaco Grand Prix, and efforts are in full swing at Maranello and trackside to get to the bottom of its inconsistent form

The team has been quite open in discussing what it is trying to solve, and following its latest defeat, Edd Straw and Scott Mitchell report from Monaco on what the next steps are for Ferrari, and why 2020 is looming on the horizon larger than some might think.

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