Kimi Raikkonen says he is feeling 'more comfortable' at the wheel of the Ferrari F14 T after Friday practice for this weekend's Malaysian Grand Prix.
The Finn struggled with car set-up at the 2014 season opener in Australia two weeks ago, qualifying in 12th place and finishing the race in seventh place. He had originally been quoted saying there was a brake-by-wire problem, but he denied that on Thursday.
The 2007 F1 world champion finished both 90-minute practice sessions in second place, completing 50 laps overall. 'This was definitely a positive day and I had a better feeling compared to Friday in Melbourne,' he said. 'I was more comfortable with the F14 T today and even if we had no...
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