Kimi Raikkonen in Austria
Kimi Raikkonen is blatantly uncomfortable driving the troublesome Ferrari F14T, but does not blame his struggles on the complex gizmos required to maximise the performance of the new generation V6 turbo powered cars.
Speaking to media during the Austrian GP weekend Raikkonen explained the reasons behind his problem, 'It's really about how the car handles, what I prefer and the way the tyres work. It's a combination of that. We have a lot of work to do with the car, we are missing traction and we are missing a bit of grip on the mechanical side.'
'We try to balance it out and try to have a front end on the car, but it is very, very difficult. I hate it when there...
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