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Raikkonen expects stronger Ferrari in Austria

Kimi Raikkonen believes this weekend's Austrian Grand Prix at the Red Bull Ring is likely to suit Ferrari more than the last race at the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve. Ferrari laboured to sixth and tenth with Fernando Alonso and Raikkonen respectively in Canada, while Red Bull – its rivals for second place in the constructors' championship – secured a double-podium with Daniel Ricciardo winning. While Raikkonen feels the circuit characteristics are not hugely different between the two races he is hopeful of an improved showing for Ferrari. “It's not an awful lot different to Canada which has long straights and chicanes, here is long straights and a few high-speed corners,” Raikkonen...
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