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Raikkonen starts work at Ferrari for second time

Kimi Raikkonen has completed his first day's work since returning to the Ferrari fold, as the Scuderia begins its 2014 F1 preparation in earnest at Maranello.The Finn, who rejoins the Prancing Horse after a four-year absence, spent equally between the World Rally Championship and Lotus F1, spent Monday (13 January) with engineers as he started work in the team's simulator.“It's good to be back at work,” Raikkonen told Ferrari's official website, “I began by getting used to all the new systems and procedures that we will use this year. From this point of view, the simulator is really very useful.”Renowned for his distaste of anything beyond competing in the top flight, Raikkonen...
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