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The trouble with putting your hopes on future development is that every rival that's faster than you will be developing at the same rate. Just ask Mercedes GP. Moreover, I wonder how the agreed resource restrictions will affect trying to overcome a huge defecit like Ferrari's. This isn't 2010, where they're closing on the end of the season and still in the hunt for a comeback... They're starting the season with what appears to a fundamentally slow car! They're going to need to frantically outspend McLaren and Red Bull if they want to rebuild a faster one, but is that allowable under FOTA agreements?