Kimi Raikkonen is hopeful his pay dispute with Lotus will be resolved and he will not skip any of the remaining Formula 1 races this season. Raikkonen revealed on Thursday that a failure to receive all of his remuneration had been one factor that prompted him to quit Lotus and sign a contract with Ferrari for next season. Raikkonen told Finnish television: 'I hope and believe that the salary payments will be handled at some point.' He added: 'I am going to all of the races. I do not have any interest in not driving -- that's why I race, because I like it. I also don't want anything bad for the team. If I didn't come here to drive, it would do nothing to improve things.'
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