Ferrari team principal Stefano Domenicali has said that Kimi Raikkonen is more mature now than he was during his last stint with the team as the Finn prepares for the new season.
Raikkonen will start his second tenure for Ferrari in Australia where he won on debut for the team back in 2007. However, he left in 2009 under a cloud as the relationship between the driver and the team broke down.
Critics have slated the Finn's decision to return to Ferrari given that, with Fernando Alonso, it creates a line-up with two high-powered drivers. However, Domenicali's comments suggest that Raikkonen's second stint has got off to a good start.
'I have found a more mature Kimi, more closely knit to the...
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