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Raikkonen 'sad' to see Domenicali go

Kimi Raikkonen has admitted to feeling 'sad' at the departure of team boss Stefano Domenicali, whilst echoing the apparent negativity of Pat Fry.'Everyone was a bit surprised but it was Stefano's own decision,' the Finn told reporters at Shanghai ahead of this weekend's Chinese Grand Prix, a comment that caused wry smile as many believe the Italian was pushed rather than jumped.'If that's how he felt then that's fair enough and life goes on,' he continued. 'Personally, I find it sad as he is a great guy and I worked with him for many years. But that's how it goes and I'm sure the team can handle the current situation.'Referring to the new team boss, Marco Mattiacci, Raikkonen admitted that...
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