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Kimi chasing second first win

Upon his Ferrari return, Kimi Raikkonen will be looking to repeat his 2007 Australian GP feat by winning the first race in his new Ferrari stint. Back in 2007, Raikkonen joined an elite group that now includes Juan Manuel Fangio, Mario Andretti and Fernando Alonso by winning on his Ferrari debut. It was a great grand prix for the Finn and kick started his Championship quest, which concluded with a victory at the season-ending Brazilian GP and a World title. "I remember very well my first win with Ferrari," Raikkonen told "It couldn't have been a better start to my seventh year in Formula 1, with a dominant win from pole. "Winning always feels great for...
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