Kimi Raikkonen says he wouldn't have made it through to the top 10 qualifying shoot-out even if he hadn't crashed at the end of the second session.
The Finn lost control on the exit of the tricky turn three hairpin in the closing stages of Q2 and hit the inside wall. However, he admitted that he had already slowed down prior to the accident and that traffic kept him from getting the most out of the Ferrari F14 T.
'Qualifying wasn’t straightforward today, especially because of traffic,' he said. 'When I was on a quick lap, I had a car in front of me at every corner. That stopped me getting a clean lap and at the end of Q2, I spun off damaging the front wing.
'I don’t think I’d have...
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