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Ferrari: We need to help Kimi in trying to find the right balance with the car

Kimi Raikkonen walks away from his wrecked Ferrari after crashing in Melbourne qualifying Late last year Stefano Domenicali was instrumental in luring Kimi Raikkonen back to Ferrari, but in Melbourne the Finn was a shadow of the man who scooped the team's last world title back in 2007 and the team boss is adamant that they will get the Finn back on the right track. Domenicali acknowledged there was a problem in the wake of the season opening Australian Grand Prix, 'I think we need to help Kimi in trying to find the right balance with the car, helping him because he deserves that. I think there was an improvement during the days [in Melbourne].' 'We are still not where we want, because this...
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