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Raikkonen fully recovered for German GP

Kimi Raikkonen Kimi Raikkonen will be back in action for Ferrari at the German Grand Prix, after making a full recovery from his high speed crash on the first lap of the British Grand Prix. Ferrari announced ahead of the weekend at Hockenheim that: 'Kimi Raikkonen is now fully recovered.' The accident sidelined the Finn during the recent Silverstone test, where his place was taken by Pedro de la Rosa on day one and Jules Bianchi on day two. Raikkonen, the 2007 world champion will be competing in his 202nd Formula 1 race this weekend, but he has never won the German Grand Prix. (GP247)
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