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Raikkonen: F1 cars were much more challenging to drive in the past

Kimi Raikkonen prepares to drive one of the Shell Eco-Marathon cars at their unveiling on the eve of the Belgian Grand Prix at Francorchamps The Spa circuit is famous for its high speed challenge and, at his usual Thursday meeting with the media in the Belgian paddock, Kimi Raikkonen was asked if he regretted the fact the current cars are a bit slower than in the past. “In a way yes, if you think of F1, you’d think we would have everything possible in the car to make them go faster, as it was in the past,” mused the Scuderia Ferrari driver. “But obviously, now the rules have changed aimed at making the cars slower, while improving the show. I think the cars looked nicer in the past...
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