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Kimi Raikkonen apologises after another poor result at Monaco

Kimi Raikkonen has apologised after yet another uncompetitive result at the Monaco Grand Prix, after the former World Champion was forced to make an unscheduled pit-stop during the second safety car period after a collision with Max Chilton. Despite such a frustrating result, Kimi Raikkonen enjoyed a tremendous opening segment rising up from sixth to third. Since switching from Lotus to Ferrari for the new season, Kimi Raikkonen has been unable to replicate his former competitiveness with the Scuderia with the Finn still yet to step onto the podium in 2014. So far the former McLaren and Lotus driver has been unable to finish any higher than seventh, despite early season hopes that the Finn...
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