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Raikkonen: We will see exactly where we are at the first race

Raikkonen: We will see exactly where we are at the first race 24 February, 2014 Kimi Raikkonen is well into his second tenure with Ferrari, and after his two day stint in Bahrain the Finn admits that he does really know how things stand in terms of pecking order. Raikkonen spoke to media at the end of the final day in Bahrain, 'We will see exactly where we are at the first race. I think they are not too bad really,' he added. 'Obviously there are a lot of things to do still, but I can only look at our own situation – we don't know what the others are doing and are not really interested in that at present.' The buzzword in the paddock is reliability as the all new V6 turbo engine...
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