Kimi Raikkonen has admitted that he is frustrated after being told to take care of his brakes as early as the second lap during last week's Austrian Grand Prix. Ferrari's lack of power was apparent during last week's race at the Red Bull Arena, and while Fernando Alonso finished in an admirable fifth place, Raikkonen could only get 10th after struggling with the handling of his F14 T.
Considering Ferrari's current plight, Raikkonen is of the opinion that both he and Alonso should be allowed to push the car to its limits in the hope of posting better results.
"We had to go down [on the engine settings] but also after two laps I had brake issues," the 2007 World Champion...
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