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Raikkonen blames team for qualifying failure

Kimi Raikkonen blames his team for the error which meant he failed to make it into Q2 today, leaving him starting the Hungarian GP from 17th on the grid.In the final moments of the first phase of the session it appeared the Maranello outfit’s risky gamble not to send him out for another run had paid off, the Finn looking to have made the cut by the skin of his teeth. However, a late improvement by Jules Bianchi - who deputised for the Finn at the recent Silverstone test - saw The Iceman demoted to the drop zone.'The plan was to go out, but the team said 'no, you are fine, you do not need to go out',' he told reporters. 'I questioned it a few times, but they said no need, and we can...
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