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Raikkonen has ‘belief’ in Ferrari

Kimi Raikkonen says he has “belief” in Ferrari that it can turn its season around and enjoy a much improved 2015. Having endured a tough first half of the year, Raikkonen scored a season's best result of sixth place in Hungary having dropped out in Q1 in qualifying. After such an impressive recovery, Raikkonen says he was encouraged by the performance at the Hungaroring and has faith Ferrari can continue on an upward trend. “I hope that the second part of the season can be much better than the first part but obviously one little bit better day doesn't change an awful lot,” Raikkonen said. “It doesn't take away the mistakes, the things that we have to really improve and make it...
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