Kimi Raikkonen says that his Ferrari F14 T sustained damage after he was hit by Kevin Magnussen early on in the Malaysian Grand Prix.
Raikkonen had to pit after the contact left him with a flat tyre but the Finn revealed that the damage was more substantial than just a damaged Pirelli.
"I am very disappointed with how this race turned out, because I got a good start, but then the collision with Magnussen damaged my right rear tyre, which meant I had to make an extra stop," he said.
"That wiped out any chance I had of fighting for a good finish.
"After the accident, the car’s handling was not the same, as the tyre had caused damage to the floor, which...
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