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Ferrari stronger than it appeared - Raikkonen

Kimi Raikkonen believes Ferrari are in a better position than it appeared in Australia after a few issues masked their true performance. The Finn span during qualifying which hurt his chances of qualifying higher, whilst both he and team-mate Fernando Alonso were carrying an electrical issue during the race. Raikkonen believes they can fight higher up the grid if they can iron out the mistakes. 'If we can run a weekend without any issues and the race without problems I am sure we can be much stronger,' he said. 'This is how it was here [with both cars having issues] and hopefully we can sort out most of the things for the next race.' Whilst Raikkonen believes they're better off than...
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