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Raikkonen not daunted by slow start to 2014

Sutton Images Enlarge Kimi Raikkonen admits his experience in F1 means he is not concerned by his slow start to the season, especially after seeing Fernando Alonso score Ferrari's first podium of 2014 in China. So far Raikkonen's return to Ferrari has not gone quite as expected, with seventh in Australia his highest finish from the first four races. He has previously put his struggles down to driving style but is content with what he has managed to do with the car so far in tricky circumstances. "I've been here long enough to know this is how it goes sometimes," Raikkonen said. "We all want to do better, we don't want to finish in these kind of positions but I would take...
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