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Ferrari: Raikkonen more mature since first stint

Scuderia Ferrari Ferrari team principal Stefano Domenicali says that Kimi Raikkonen has returned to the team as a more mature driver. Raikkonen is beginning his second stint at Ferrari having raced for the team between 2007 and 2009. Domenicali believes that Raikkonen is aware of the challenge he faces in the form of team-mate Fernando Alonso. "I have found a more mature Kimi, more closely knit to the team," said Domenicali. "He comes to Maranello almost every week to work with the engineers." "He knows his worth and he knows what team he has returned to and what challenges he will face, having a world champion like Alonso alongside him for whom he has respect and...
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