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Raikkonen: ‘F**k all to do with motivation’

Kimi Raikkonen says his motivation had “f**k all” to do with his lack of competitiveness in the Chinese Grand Prix. While Fernando Alonso finished on the podium for Ferrari, Raikkonen struggled to eighth place, a minute behind his team-mate. Having admitted the weekend was a tough one for him, Raikkonen was asked how his motivation was during such a difficult race, to which he replied: “I don't know why you always come up with motivation. “If I were not motivated I wouldn't be here answering this kind of question. It's f**k all to do with that, we have bad races and that's an unfortunate thing but that's how it goes sometimes. Our aim is to improve and get where we want to be.”...
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