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Raikkonen: I want to put this incident behind me

The crashed Ferrari of Kimi Raikkonen is recovered Ferrari have said that Kimi Raikkonen sustained bruises to his legs after he crashed heavily on the opening lap of the British Grand Prix, and the Finn himself is targeting a return to the cockpit at the next round in Germany. Raikkonen brought out the red flags after losing control of his car on the Wellington Straight and striking the barriers with an impact measured at 47G. The 34-year-old, popularly known as The Iceman, limped away from his badly damaged F14T following the accident, but Ferrari team principal Marco Mattiacci has said that he sustained no serious injuries: 'The most important news right now is that Kimi is alright, even...
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