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Bianchi not expecting Ferrari call-up

Jules Bianchi has played down suggestions he could be called up to replace Kimi Raikkonen at Ferrari in 2015 as rumours over the former champion's future in the team continue to swirl. Raikkonen, who this season returned to the Ferrari team he won the 2007 title with, has endured a dismal 2014 campaign thus far, having been comprehensively out-performed by team-mate Fernando Alonso, while he is yet to finish a race higher than sixth. Currently languishing 12th in the overall standings, though Raikkonen penned a two-year contract with Ferrari and has already hinted that the 2015 season will be his last in F1, his struggles have raised speculation that he could exit earlier than planned....
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