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Ferrari slowed me down after two laps - Raikkonen

Getty Images Enlarge Kimi Raikkonen says it is unacceptable that Ferrari asked him to slow down and cool his brakes after just two laps of the Austrian Grand Prix. Raikkonen endured another frustrating race behind the wheel of the F14 T, recording just a single point. When told he needed to make two tenths behind Jenson Button in the middle stint Raikkonen replied "give me more power then", but he says the problems with his Ferrari had started far earlier than that. "Yes we had [power] go down but also after two laps I had some brake issues, I was meant to cool the brakes," Raikkonen said. "I tried to fight against the guys in front of me as well as behind me so...
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