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Kimi: Everything going against us

After another disappointing weekend in Canada, Kimi Raikkonen feels as if everything is going against Ferrari at the moment. Raikkonen finished in 10th place on a circuit that illustrated the Ferrari's weaknesses, although the Finn would arguably have finished in a better position had he not spun at the Turn 10 hairpin. Nevertheless, the 2007 World Champion admitted that his car struggled with various little issues during the race. "We had some new small problems during the race with the brakes," he told N after the Canadian Grand Prix. "There just seems to be always something happening and my spin didn't help, but I wasn't expecting to get so much power. We have to check...
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