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'Step by step, the results will come' – Raikkonen

Kimi Raikkonen is optimistic that Ferrari is heading in the right direction and will soon be able to achieve stronger results. So far this season, the Maranello-based outfit has struggled with its F14 T. The team is currently third in the constructors' standings, 18 points behind Red Bull Racing and 113 adrift of Mercedes. After five races, Ferrari has recorded just one podium finish thanks to Fernando Alonso's strong drive to third place at the Chinese Grand Prix. The two-time champion was sixth at the last race in Spain, one position ahead of Raikkonen. The Finn spent both Barcelona in-season test days at the wheel of the F14 T and feels improvements have been made. 'After the last race,...
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