Kimi Raikkonen believes he would have finished on the podium in Korea even if the race was not affected by two Safety Cars.
While race winner Sebastian Vettel won without much effort, the rest of the positions were up for grabs and Raikkonen eventually claimed P2 with his Lotus team-mate Romain Grosjean third.
Although it seemed like the two Lotus cars were given a helping hand by the deployment of the two Safety Cars shortly after each other, Raikkonen feels he had enough pace to get there on his own.
"It was okay," said the Finn. "The car was understeering too much and I had to try to look after front tyres. We had traffic around the pit-stops and then decided to stop...
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