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Villeneuve: Räikkönen needs to step up or quit

– Ferrari driver Kimi Räikkönen needs to either step up or go home, that's the uncomproising verdict of 1997 Formula 1 World Champion Jacques Villeneuve.Räikkönen has struggled this season since re-joining the Scuderia and his best results so far are two seventh places - although he did look on course for a podium in Monaco last month until the incident with Max Chilton. Last weekend, Kimi was tenth in Austria, while team-mate Fernando Alonso was fifth in the sister car. To date Räikkönen has scored 19 points compared to the 79 of Alonso."Kimi does not know how to drive with finesse. For him, the gas is either fully on or nothing. This year he has had a lot of spins as if...
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