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Raikkonen takes blame for crash

Scuderia Ferrari Kimi Raikkonen has accepted the blame after he crashed out of the final day of the second pre-season test in Bahrain. Raikkonen lost control of the F14 T during the closing moments of the session and hit the inside barriers at turn four, causing significant damage to the front of the car. "At the end, it wasn’t a technical problem, I just spun at turn 4 and damaged the car," he said. "But I don’t think it will be a problem to fix it for next week. Maybe I went too wide on a kerb, which caused the wheels to slide and I lost control of the car and hit the barrier." Raikkonen believes that next week's third test in Bahrain won't reveal the competitive...
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