Kimi Raikkonen says that his spin during second practice for the Japanese Grand Prix was 'not a big drama' and put the session-ending incident down to the changing wind.
The Finn spun off track and beached his Lotus E21 in the turn seven gravel trap after being caught out by a change in the wind during his fast run. He lost some vital running on track but fortunately his car remained unscathed. However he still managed to set the fourth fastest time during second practice, four positions above where he finished in the first session.
He said: 'I was on a fast run and the wind changed, which can affect the car sometimes. At least we didn’t do any damage so the crew won’t have any extra...
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