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Räikkönen targets brake-by-wire improvements

– Kimi Räikkönen says that Ferrari must stay calm after the season-opening Australian Grand Prix as the Finn targets improvements with the brake-by-wire system in his F14T. Räikkönen finished last weekend's race in seventh place, with team-mate Fernando Alonso in fourth. Raikkonen says that patience is required as the changes will not take place overnight. "I think that at the start of a season like this one, with new tyres but more than that, completely new cars, the main aim has to be getting to the chequered flag," he said. "We did just that and I was finally able to run a full race distance in this car." "I can say this is definitely not the first...
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