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Raikkonen: Nothing wrong with brake-by-wire system

Kimi Raikkonen has denied saying that his struggles at the 2014 season opener were down to a problem with the new brake-by-wire system. The Finn finished the race in eighth place, two positions and 20 seconds behind his team-mate Fernando Alonso, but was promoted to seventh following Daniel Ricciardo's exclusion. Ferrari quoted him as saying after the Australian Grand Prix that 'general problems' linked to the set-up of his F14 T 'to do with the brake-by-wire system' had been identified. However, he said during the FIA driver press conference ahead of this weekend's Malaysian Grand Prix that his issues with the car are not to do with the new-for-2014 braking system, but actually with...
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