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Angry Raikkonen had long Ferrari talks after Spain

Hours after the chequered flag in Spain, Kimi Raikkonen's "long talks" with Ferrari officials were dragging on. That is the claim of the Finnish broadcaster MTV3, reporting that the Finn was unhappy with his treatment by the Italian team in Sunday's Spanish grand prix. Raikkonen answered "no" when asked if he now feels like the number two driver at Maranello, because Fernando Alonso received first call for pit service despite running behind the normally ice-cool 2007 world champion in Barcelona. He was, however, furious. In a television interview for Britain's Sky, the 34-year-old answered "I don't know" when he was asked who made the decision to pit Alonso...
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