The Scuderia Ferrari drivers Kimi Raikkonen and Fernando Alonso will start the Spanish Grand Prix from sixth and seventh positions, but both admit the car still needs improving if they are to challenge for wins and regular podiums. The upgrades brought to Spain have brought some progress, but they are still falling someway behind the pace of the Mercedes cars up front.
Raikkonen was happier compared to the last race in China but felt sixth on the grid was still underachieving. The Finn looked more confident compared to his Spanish team-mate all through qualifying.
“We can’t be pleased with sixth place, because naturally we want to be fighting for the top places,” said Raikkonen....
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