Kimi Raikkonen expects he will take to the grid at this weekend's Korean Grand Prix despite concerns about his back.
The Lotus driver suffered severe back pain last time out in Singapore and had to take pain-killing injections before racing.
That, though, didn't stop him from going from 13th to third on a track where overtaking is notoriously difficult.
Following the night race there were still concerns about whether he would opt to sit out this weekend's Korean GP in light of the pain.
Raikkonen, however, insists he will race.
"I wouldn't be here if I wouldn't be racing," he told Autosport.
"It would be a bit pointless to come here if I didn't think that I would race....
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