The first half of the 2014 season hasn't gone the way Kimi Raikkonen had hoped it would, but the Finn believes he has turned the corner.
Despite the struggles of the F14T, his Ferrari team-mate Fernando Alonso has notched up 115 points - including two podiums - while Raikkonen has managed just 27.
However, his best finish of the season came in Hungary where he produced a brilliant drive from 16th on the grid to finish sixth.
Although he is not getting carried away by the performance, the 2007 World Champion feels they have moved forward.
"It's been a hard first part of the year," Raikkonen said. "When you can push and fight against people rather than just defend and fall...
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