Kimi Raikkonen says he is confident that Lotus can fight at the front – if rain stays away from the Belgian Grand Prix.
Raikkonen qualified in eighth place at Spa as wet weather hit the circuit.
'When it was dry in the second qualifying session we were fastest, so if it’s dry tomorrow we should be okay for the race; even though we will not start from a great position,' he said.
'The last qualifying session was wet and our car does not give its best in these types of conditions. Any lap which came right at the end of the session would have helped, but if it stayed dry it would have helped more. Tomorrow is another day so we’ll just have to wait and see what happens.'
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