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Kimi back at work with Ferrari

Just like the rest of the world, Kimi Raikkonen has returned to work after the Christmas break. The former World Champion started his second stint as a Ferrari driver on Monday and he spent some time in the team's simulator at Maranello. The 34-year-old, who also drove for the team from 2007 until 2009 before quitting F1, will spend the next few days working with the engineers and running in the simulator. "It's good to be back at work," the Finn told the official Ferrari 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. "It's true there's lots to do, but the...
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