Kimi Raikkonen has revealed that he questioned Ferrari's decision not to complete a final run in today's first qualifying segment at the Hungaroring.
The Finn did not return to the track in the closing minutes, as the team felt he would safely progress to the second session. However, the plan backfired with a late improvement from Jules Bianchi knocking him into the drop-zone.
He was confident that a strong grid position was possible, but says Ferrari must learn from the mistakes made and make sure it doesn't happen in the future.
'The plan was to go out,' he said. 'Obviously I struggled with the harder tyres this morning and yesterday afternoon, to put a good lap in those.
'The car was...
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