Kimi Raikkonen says that Ferrari must apply what they have learned across the opening two races of 2014 into practice at this weekend's Bahrain Grand Prix.
Raikkonen struggled in the season-opening race in Australia on his way to seventh but showed better pace across the weekend in Malaysia.
The Finn's race was ultimately compromised by an early collision with Kevin Magnussen, from which Raikkonen could only recover to 12th place in his damaged F14T.
"After testing in Bahrain in the winter, we now go back there with much more experience and knowledge after the first two races," he said.
"We must put that learning to good use for this race. There is a lot to...
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