Kimi Raikkonen is hoping to avoid any issues next weekend in Monza as the Finn chases his first Italian Grand Prix win.
In a decade of racing in Italy, Raikkonen has never won the Italian Grand Prix with his best result being a runner-up finish in 2006 with McLaren.
And although the Lotus driver has two additional Monza podiums to his name, he has yet to have a perfect weekend.
"It's true that I have never won in Italy," he said. "For one reason or another things just haven't worked out for me, but it doesn't mean I can't drive the track.
"Just because I have not won at a circuit in the past it doesn't mean that I won't win or get a good result there in the future....
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