Kimi Raikkonen says consistency won't win him the Drivers' Championship, he needs race wins.
The Lotus driver, who is chasing only second World title, last took to the top step of the podium at the opening race of this season in Australia.
And although he has failed to add a second to his tally, his run of top-ten results have put him second in the standings, 38 points behind Sebastian Vettel.
However, top-tens and even podiums are no longer enough.
"I am now back in second which was a good way to enter the summer break. I finished ahead of Seb in Hungary so obviously scored more points than him there," Raikkonen stated.
"To beat him, we need to be winning races and if we...
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