Although Kimi Raikkonen says his back is better than it was last weekend, he will assess the situation in Friday's practice in Korea.
Raikkonen slumped to 13th place on the Singapore grid after an old back injury flared up. And although there were some doubts about whether he would race, the Finn took to the grid after having pain-killing injections and raced to an impressive third place.
Feeling better days later, the Lotus driver concedes he won't be able to assess the pain or his fitness levels until he takes to the track in Korea.
"It's better than it was on Saturday in Singapore which is when it didn't feel too good," he said. "The important thing was that I was able to...
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