Bernie Ecclestone has backed Kimi Raikkonen's threat to strike after the Finn revealed he has not been paid "a single euro" in 2013.
Raikkonen only travelled to Abu Dhabi at the last minute, but he is now warning he will sit out Austin and Brazil if the team does not pay him a reported EUR 15 million.
"He has signed a contract with somebody and they need to pay him," F1 chief executive Bernie Ecclestone told the Mirror.
"I feel sorry for him but he should have been a little more sensible when he signed the contract and know what he was signing for.
"If he wants to stand down for a couple of races, that's up to him. He knows the consequences of that," he...
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