Kimi Raikkonen is simply driving "slower" than his Ferrari teammate Fernando Alonso this year.
That is the view of the Italian team's technical director James Allison, amid reports the 2007 world champion is suffering a specific problem aboard the 2014-spec F14-T car.
The new rivalry between Raikkonen and Spaniard Alonso was billed as a likely highlight of 2014, but the Finn has been soundly beaten so far.
And ahead of Canada, where Raikkonen - the oldest driver on the grid - will mark his 200th career grand prix, Allison denied that bad luck or a specific technical explanation is at the root of the 34-year-old's current issues.
"I'm not sure it's entirely fair to say he is...
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