Kimi Raikkonen has urged Ferrari to improve, after the team's blunder cost him a competitive grid spot for the Hungarian grand prix.
Amid his difficult 2014 season and return to the Maranello outfit, the Finn was enjoying a better weekend at the Hungaroring until qualifying.
A clear strategy error meant he bowed out in 'Q1', outqualified even by the junior Ferrari driver Jules Bianchi in the backmarker Marussia.
"The plan was to go out," Raikkonen told reporters, "but the team said 'No, you are fine, you do not need to go out'.
"I questioned it a few times, but they said no need, and we can see the end result."
Undoubtedly frustrated and angry with the decision,...
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