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Raikkonen paid ‘a big price’ for Magnussen error

Kimi Raikkonen says Ferrari should not be too disappointed with his Malaysian Grand Prix result because the team “ended up paying a big price from somebody else's mistakes”.After a solid start, Raikkonen was running just ahead of Kevin Magnussen when the McLaren clipped his right rear tyre in Turn 2 and gave the Ferrari a puncture. Raikkonen limped back to the pits but having to complete a whole lap at such a slow speed ruined his race and even though he eventually finished in 12th place Raikkonen was unconcerned because there was little Ferrari could have done about the situation.“It's obviously not the ideal start but [in the race] we didn't do much wrong,” Raikkonen said....
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