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Raikkonen very disappointed with P10

Kimi Raikkonen admits he was “very disappointed” to finish tenth in the Bahrain Grand Prix.Having struggled with the front end of his Ferrari so far this season, Raikkonen appeared to make progress on Saturday and started the race from fifth place on the grid. However, he lost out badly in to Turn 1 and never recovered, admitting after the race that the bad start had proven costly to his hopes of more substantial points.“I am very disappointed with today's result, because after how qualifying went, I expected to do better,” Raikkonen said. “I didn't get a good start and immediately lost some places. On the first lap, I was hit by [Kevin] Magnussen, luckily without it doing any...
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