Kimi Raikkonen is looking to improve his qualifying performance at the Indian Grand Prix after another difficult Saturday afternoon in Japan. The Finn hasn't qualifying in the top five since the German Grand Prix in July.
When asked what his aims were for the up-coming Indian Grand Prix, the 34-year-old said: 'Hopefully we finally get it right in qualifying as the last five qualifying sessions have not been that great for me. If we don’t, it’s going to be a difficult Sunday afternoon, although of course we’ll keep pushing. If we do get it right, then we can really go for it.'
Raikkonen also shared his thoughts on the Buddh International Circuit and admitted that whilst it is an...
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