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Kimi happy after positive day's practice

Ferrari's Kimi Raikkonen was in a surprisingly positive mood after modifications to his car helped him keep pace with favourites Mercedes during Friday's practice at the Malaysian Grand Prix. The Finn was second in both 90-minute sessions at the steamy Sepang circuit behind Lewis Hamilton and then Nico Rosberg to give him hope of being more competitive in Sunday's race after a disappointing start in Melbourne a fortnight ago. The 2007 world champion was hit on the first corner in Australia by Kamui Kobayashi's Caterham en route to finishing seventh, almost a minute behind race winner Rosberg. Raikkonen was 0.035 seconds behind the German in Friday's afternoon session, where he managed to...
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