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Raikkonen wants to know 'what the hell is going on' at Ferrari

Kimi Raikkonnen's second spell at Ferrari has been far from what the Finn had expected. Having left Maranello at the end of the 2009 season, Raikkonen seems to have picked up from where he left off at the Italian outfit – battling in the mid-field. His final four races with Ferrari in 2009 – a 10th, 4th, 6th and 12th – aren't immensely different from what he has achieved in the first five races this year – 7th, 12th, 10th, 8th and 7th. Struggling to come in terms with the latest challenger, the Finn made some progress at the Spanish Grand Prix but felt he was robbed off a better result, in favour of his teammate Fernando Alonso who was racing in front of his home...
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