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Kimi should not have rejoined going 'balls out' - Lauda

Sutton Images Enlarge Three-time champion and Mercedes boss Niki Lauda says Kimi Raikkonen only has himself to blame for his accident at the British Grand Prix. Raikkonen survived a 47G shunt after crashing into the barriers on the Wellington Straight at high speed. He was recovering to the track after running wide at Aintree but lost the rear of the car as he crossed from the run-off area to the grass and back to the track. The accident also took out Felipe Massa and caused damage to Max Chilton's Marussia, who was lucky not to be caught by a tyre flying from Raikkonen's car. "I have one criticism for today," Lauda said. "Kimi made a mistake, quite simply he went wide, but...
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