Kimi Raikkonen is hoping that he can improve his qualifying performance at this weekend's Japanese Grand Prix, in order to give him a better chance of challenging at the front.
The Finn drove a storming race to finish second in Korea despite starting from ninth on the grid. Qualifying hasn't been the 2007 world champion's strong point this season and he feels that if he can start higher up on the grid, there's a chance that he could challenge for victory.
When asked if there was a chance of adding another win to his tally by the end of 2013 he said: 'If we can improve our performance on Saturdays then there’s always a chance, so we’ll keep trying for sure and see what we can do.'...
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