Kimi Raikkonen says he will assess his back injury during first practice for the Korean Grand Prix, but for the moment he will be racing at the Korea International Circuit.
The Finn suffered back pain during Friday and Saturday practice at the last round in Singapore, although he admitted that it felt better during the race. It is a recurring injury that he sustained 12 years ago when he was driving for Sauber.
Discussing the injury and looking ahead to Korea he said: 'It's better than it was on Saturday in Singapore which is when it didn't feel too good. The important thing was that I was able to race and we did a pretty good job with the podium finish. It's not the first time I've had a...
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