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Raikkonen: Results will come

Kimi Raikkonen remains confident that "results will come" for him and Ferrari in 2014 with the Finn hopeful they can improve the F14 T's single-lap speed for the ever-important Monaco GP qualifying hour.From claiming their first podium finish of F1's new era with Fernando Alonso in China last month, Ferrari appeared to slip back behind both Red Bull and Williams in Spain as their two drivers trailed home in sixth and seventh places, with Raikkonen even lapped by the Mercedes pair. The 2007 World Champion stayed on at the Circuit de Catalunya to complete both days of testing with the F14 T and recovered from a problematic day one, when power unit problems and a spin restricted him...
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