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2014 season is wide open - Raikkonen

Scuderia Ferrari Ferrari driver Kimi Raikkonen believes that the 2014 Formula 1 season is wide open, as he prepares for his comeback race with the team in Australia next weekend. Raikkonen is gearing up for his first race with Ferrari since Abu Dhabi in 2009 as he returns to the venue where has won twice. Raikkonen won on his Ferrari debut in 2007 and again six years later with Lotus. "If I had to compare the two Australian wins, somehow, winning it last year for the second time felt even a little bit nicer after such a difficult pre-season testing period," he said of his success in 2013. The Finn is not making predictions ahead of next weekend's race and reckons the championship...
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