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Raikkonen sure he can overcome 2014 struggles

Kimi Raikkonen is confident he can get on top of his current struggles and turn his 2014 campaign with Ferrari around.The Finn has not finished higher than seventh in the opening nine races of the season, and is yet to beat team mate Fernando Alonso. While the Spaniard sits fourth in the championship, on 87 points, Raikkonen is 12th overall, 68 points in arrears.Raikkonen's woes continued last time out in Great Britain as he crashed heavily on the opening lap, which also ruled him out of driving during the two-day Silverstone test which followed the Grand Prix. Despite the setback Raikkonen remains upbeat however, insisting he can overcome his problems with the F14 T."I believe the...
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