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'Lot of work' to do for Kimi

Kimi Raikkonen admitted his driving style was likely to blame for his disappointing Chinese GP weekend, with the Finn acknowledging his side of the Ferrari garage has "plenty of work" to do to improve his form.While Fernando Alonso enjoyed an impressive Shanghai weekend and delivered the first podium finish of Ferrari's hitherto off-colour 2014, Raikkonen in the sister car dropped out in Q2 for the second time this season and then finished only eighth in the race, nearly a minute behind his team-mate. Speaking to reporters afterwards, Raikkonen, who took sweary exception to a question from a reporter about his motivation, was at a loss to explain what had exactly gone wrong and...
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