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Gearbox woes for Raikkonen

Kimi Raikkonen has confirmed that a gearbox problem was responsible for his early exit from second practice for the Monaco Grand Prix. Raikkonen seemed to lose the throttle just as competitors started to venture out on the intermediate tyres in FP2. Although he managed to limp back to the pit in his Ferrari F14 T, he only did four laps and consequently ended the session slowest. However, with conditions only improving right at the end, this at least negated some of the disadvantage. Furthermore given he ended FP1 in sixth on a 1m 19.467s and did 31 laps it wasn't all bad, although he was over half a second off Fernando Alonso in the sister car in that opening session. “Unfortunately, the...
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