Kimi Raikkonen has lashed out at questions over his level of motivation, following a disappointing Chinese Grand Prix. Raikkonen came home eighth in China, over a minute behind his Ferrari team-mate Fernando Alonso, who battled with the Mercedes of Nico Rosberg and the two Red Bull’s to finish third, to secure the Scuderia’s first podium finish of the season.
'I don't know why you always come up with motivation,' said the Finn. 'If I didn't have motivation I wouldn't be here answering these kinds of questions. It's f**k all to do with that. We have bad races and it's an unfortunate thing, but the aim is to improve and get where we want to be.”
The 34-year-old, who has a best finish...
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