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Raikkonen: My motivation is intact

Taking part in a media event in Norway just days after the frustration of Monaco, Kimi Raikkonen insists he hasn't given up the fight.Following a superb start, which subsequently saw him running as high as third, the Finn's race gradually began to fall apart, culminating in an extra pit stop after being hit by Max Chilton during the Safety Car period. Consequently, as opposed to taking his first podium of the year, and Ferrari's second, the Iceman ended the day twelfth, a lap down on race winner Nico Rosberg.Attending a media event with Santander in Norway, which saw him competing against journalists in a Kart race, Raikkonen insisted that he remains a motivated as ever.'I think it is very...
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