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Raikkonen rues Q2 errors

Kimi Raikkonen admits that a couple of minor mistakes prevented him from progressing into the pole positions shoot-out at the German Grand Prix. The Finn has struggled to get a handle on this year's Ferrari, and admits that his qualifying performances have fallen short of his own expectations, but appeared to be in for a good qualifying session after impressing in free practice at Hockenheim. However, after losing the end of FP3 to a fuel pump problem, he twice ran wide on his final run in second qualifying when needing an improvement to break back into the top ten. “On the second run, for some reason I lost the rear in corner two, lost a lot of time and it was difficult to gain back the...
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