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Allison confident of Räikkönen improvement

– Ferrari's James Allison has backed Kimi Räikkönen to achieve stronger results as the 2014 Formula 1 campaign develops, following the Finn's challenging start to his second stint with the famous Italian marque. While team-mate Fernando Alonso has reached the podium and sits best of the rest behind Mercedes duo Nico Rosberg and Lewis Hamilton after the opening four races, Räikkönen has failed to finish higher than seventh. The heart of Räikkönen's issues lie with the set-up of the F14 T, but Allison reckons he will soon make strides. "With Fernando we've seen an extraordinary level of performance, scavenging every possible point at every possible opportunity," Allison...
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