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Kimi: I was told 'no, you are fine'

Kimi Raikkonen was philosophical about his exit in Q1 at Hungary, but admits Ferrari cannot afford to make silly mistakes. The 2007 World Champion will start the Hungarian GP 17th on the grid after a nightmare session saw him fail to make it into Q2. Having set a reasonable time during his first stint on the medium compounds, the team opted not to run him on the soft tyres. Unfortunately for him Jules Bianchi in the Marussia produced a final lap on the softer compounds and knocked him into P17. Raikkonen couldn't do anything as he was sitting in the garage. The Finn says he asked the team several times about the strategy not to give him another go, but he was told he was safe. "The...
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