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Raikkonen unhappy with Ferrari strategy

Kimi Raikkonen said Ferrari's timing of his first pit stop “was very bad timing” as he finished tenth in the Austrian Grand Prix. Running as high as third, Raikkonen was struggling on worn supersoft tyres on and was overtaken by Sergio Perez – who was yet to stop – as well as Nico Rosberg who had already pitted before Raikkonen himself came in to the pits. Reflecting on the start of the race, Raikkonen said it cost him places which he could not recover later on. “For me it was very bad timing for the pit stop,” Raikkonen said. “My tyres were not good and I lost two places on the in-lap. I really needed to stop earlier but obviously I don't know what the reasons were why we...
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