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Mattiacci says super-cool Raikkonen is great to work with

Kimi Raikkonen and Marco Mattiacci One thing Kimi Raikkonen and Marco Mattiacci share is the fact that they are not men of many words, but newly instated Ferrari boss has ony good things to say about universally popular driver fondly known as Iceman. Speaking to media during the Monaco GP weekend, Mattiacci said, 'I have worked before in Finland for several months and I know quite well Finnish people. Kimi is someone that is Finnish but grew up internationally because of Formula 1 travel.' 'He is a super-cool guy and I like him very much. He always has open and very frank discussions and he is professional. He is a great person to work with.' 'We are all different so sometimes we need to...
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